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The 1948 



RAINBOW 



Published By The Students 



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The Junior College of Augusta 



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The Academy of Richmond County 

Augusta, Georgia 





Dedication 



E are, with a great deal of pleasure, dedicating this vol- 
ume of THE RAINBOW to Mr. Charles M. Etheredge, a friend 
to all who have been connected with him either in the classroom 
or on the outside. He has worked untiringly with the business 
affairs of our annual for several years. We believe that without 
him we could not even have had an anniral. 



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Anyone who has been in Mr. Etheredge's classes will hold 
that they have been educational as well as enjoyable. His numer- 
ous tidbits employed in stressing a point are amusing and enter- 
taining. He is a man of broad interests, intellectuallv and spirit- 
ually; while his social contacts are marked with a fine and sympa- 
thetic tolerance. 



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We honor ourselves in dedicating THE RAINBOW of 1948 
to Mr. Charles M.. Etheredge. 




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Foreword 



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the members of the Rainbow staff, are indeed proud 
of the achievements made by our graduatini^" classes. ^^ e wish to 
commend them very highly for the oustanding records they have 
established in both scholastic and extra-curricular fields. How- 
ever, while it is our opininn that the young men and women who 
will go forth from our institutions this June are an unusually well- 
prepared grotip, we feel that the era into which our world is now 
entering will make it imperative for them continualiy to expand 
the scope of their intellectual interests. 



If our complex economic structure is to function properly, and 
our opposing political factions are to live in harmony, the various 
industrial and governmental groups with conflicting interests and 
ideas must be able to understand each other's viewpoints. The 
young men and women of vision who can see a problem from all 
sides are the diplomats and industrial leaders of tomorrow. 

In this year's Rainbow we have tried to show how the various 
activities of our schools work together to cultivate in our student 
bodv a breadth of vision. We maintain that the successfullv 
trained student will view life from many possible points of van- 
tage. 



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The School 



Administration 



Contents 



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Faculty 



Junior College of Augusta 



Academy of Richmond County 




Military 



Athletics 



Activities 



The Trustees of The Academy of Richmond County 



L-\XDOX THOMAS 
JOSEPH B. CUMMIXGS 
ROBERT WALTON 



BERRY FLEMING 
WARREX BOTHWELL 
E. C. B. DAXFORTH. Jr. 



FERDIXAXD PHIXIZY 



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ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 
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The Board of Education of Richmond County 

A. BRL\X MERRY, PRESIDEXT LAMAR WOODWARD. ACTING 
HEXRY W. POTEET SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

MRS. ROY L.AZEXBY ERXEST F. BEXTLEY 

OLLIE O. McGAHEE CLAUDE C. HEXDERSOX 

E. I. RICHARDS 







ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 
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James Morgan Buckner 



Academy of Richmond County 



1923-1947 



This page in cmr Year Book is dedicated to the memory of James 
^Morgan Buckner, teacher and friend, who gave twenty-four 
years of his Hfe to the boys of Richmond. Fair and just to all, 
thorough and honest in his teaching, a scholar in his profession, 
he set a high standard. He will long be remembered and ap- 
preciated by every boy who was fortunate to have him as a 
friend and teacher. 



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The President 




Eric West Hardy 

A.B., Furman University 
M.A., University of Chicago 
Litt.D., Fui-man University 

Our President is a counselor, a builder, and a dreamer. W'e, 
the students, know him well as an' adviser and have a profound 
respect for his opinion. His ability as a builder has been shown 
by the many improvements made in our school under his leader- 
ship. By his diligent work he has made this a better, more pro- 
gressive school, with a l^righter, more promising future. As a 
dreamer, we may characterize him in the words he loves to 
quote: "a dreamer of dreams, and a seer of visions." Lately, we 
have become acutely aware of his plans for the future and sin- 
cerely hope they will materialize. 



The Dean 





Anton Paul Markert 

B.S. in C.E. , Georgia School of Technology 
M.A., Columbia University 



IMr. ^larkert. in the 17 _\ears he has been with this institu- 
tion has become a most respected and popular man. Moth with 
the faculty and with the students, he has reached . a height oi 
popularity few have attained while at this school. He is very 
congenial and understanding and will always take time to listen 
to anyone who has something to get off his chest. He is re- 
spected by other educators in the state as seen by the fact 
that he was elected president of the G.I. A. A. several times. A 
great believer in student activities, he has encouraged and help- 
ed along many of our clulis and organizations. Truly. Mr. Mar- 
kert is a counselor, educator and executive, luit most of all. a 
true friend of exervone. 




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MISS EFFIE NEIBLING 




OFFICE STAFF 




BILLIE FELL 







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OFFICE PERSONNEL 



The Faculty 





Margaret Bailie 

Librarian 
B.S., Converse College 
B.L.S., Emor\- University 



CoRBETT W. Clark 

S/Sgt., Field Artillery 
Pacific Theatre 



George T. Bennett 

Music 
B.S. 
M.A. 



Eugene M. Clark 

General Science, Mathematics 
B.S. in Com. 



G. Langston Bolton 

Mathematics, Track Coach 
B.S., Emor>- Universitv- 



Thom.as Hudson Clary 

Citizenship, History 
.\.B., Mercer University 





O'Neal W. Chandler 

General Science, Biology 
B.S., Universitv- of Georgia 





Ch.vrles Guy Cordle 

Historj' 
A.B., Trinity College 
-A.M., Trinitv' College 
A.M., Universitv- of Georgia 





James Dickson 

English 
B.S., Georgia Teachers College 
M.A., Emory University 



Edward A. Evans 
Mathematics 



Elroy Dupuis 

English 
A.B., University of Georgia 
M.A., University of North Carolina 



Lawrence A. Fox 
Mechanical Drawing 
Engineering Drawing 

B.A., Iowa University 



Charles M. Etheredge 

Mathematics 
A.B., Newberrj' College 



Norman L. Galloway 

Economics 
B.S., Murray State College 
M.A., George Peabody Institute 





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John Evans Eubanks 

Political Science, Latin 
A.B., Wofford College 
A.M., Wofford College 
.A.M., Columbia University 

.\merican .Academy, Rome, Italy 




Luther Alfred Griffin 

Biology, Botany 
B.S. .\g.. University of Georgia 
M.S., University of Michigan 




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John Thomas Hains 

Mathematics 
B.S., Universit\- of Georgia 




Eugene M. HoR>iE 

Agriculture 
B.SJV., University of Georgia 



Mrs. M. Willard Hall 

Commercial 
B.S., Winthrop College 



George T. Howard 

Spanish, Citizenship 
B.S.. U. S. Naval Academy 
LL.B., George Washington Univ. 



Mrs. Louis E. Harris 
Dietician 



Thomas J. Huffman 

Histor\- 
A.B., Marshall CoUege 
M..A., Ohio State University 



John P. Hevser 

1st Sgt., Infantry- 
European Theatre 




Guy L. Hurlbutt 

Biolog>- 
Mercer University" 
The Berlitz School of Languages 

( London 
Far Eastern Universits" 

(Vladivostok, Siberia.) 




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Frank C. Inman 

Chemistry, Basketball Coach 
B.S., Presbyterian College 
M.Ed., Duke University 



J. Curtis Luckey 

Mathematics 
B.S., University of Georgia 



Milton A. Kay 

English 
B..^., Furman Uni\'ersity 



William L. MaCen 

French 
A.B., Tusculuin College 
M.A., Dul;e University 



William R. Kennedy 

Commercial 
Georgia Normal College 



CURT'S E. Maktix 
M/Ggt., Infantry 
European Theatre 



Garnet T. Langford 

Mathematics 
B.S., UniversiiN' of Georgia 



Charle.s Harold Mitchell 

English 
-A.B., University of Pittsburgh 
M.A., University of Pittsburgh 






Forest L. Mooney 
T/Sgt., Infantry 
European Theatre 




Joseph Jefferson Nixon 

English, History 
A.B., Furman University 
A.M., University of Georgia 



Charles J. Morrison 

Mathematics 
B.S., Clemson College 



Auburn G. Owens 

English 
A.B., University of Georgia 



Joseph Rufus Moseley 

Mathematics 
B.S.,, Emory University 
M.S., Emory University 




Harry F. Parrish 

English, Basketball Coach 
A.B., Presbyterian College 
A.B., University of Georgia 



Wilfred T. Neill 
Botany, Zoology 
B.S., University of Georgia 



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Lester R. Patrick 

Major, Cavali-y 

Professor of Military Science 

and Tactics 
Pacific Theatre 
A.B., Shurtleff College 



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Henry Osgood Read 

English 
Ph.B., Emory University 
M.A., Emor\' University 
M.A., Columbia University 




B. Roy Smith 

History 
A.B., Wofford College 



Louis Reese 

Vocational Training 
B.S., Mercer University 



Chester M. Sutton 

English 
A.B., Guilford College 
B.A., Haverford College 
M.A., University of North Carolina 



Roy E. Rollins 

Economics, Football Coach 
A.B., Elon College 
M.A., Duke University 



Michael M. Sweeney 

Ass't Professor of Military Science 
and Tactics 
1st Lt., Infantry 
European Theatre 



George M. Scott 

English 
A.B., University of Chattanooga 
B.LItt. Columbia University 
M.A.. Duke University 




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Joseph Le Conte Talley 

Physics 
B.S., University of Georgia 
M.S., Mercer University 







William E. Templeton 

Commercial 
B.A., VVofford College 



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Charles W. Tully 

T/Sgt., Infantr>- 
Pacific Theatre 



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Charles C. Thebaud 

Assistant Professor of Military- Science 
and Tactics 
Captain, Infantr\' 
B.S., Clemson College 
Antilles, Pacific Theatre 



Harry S. Young 

Chemistry- 
B.S., University- of Illinois 
M.A., University of Illinois 



Members ot Facultv without pictures: 



Mn.T.ARD E. Agerton 
Chemistrv- 



Thomas L. Bamford 
Music 



VV'rLLLAM L. KlLBY 

Assistant Professor of Military 

Science and Tactics 

1st. Lt. Infantry 



George M. Dasher 
Shopwork 

Marquis L. Pixkstox 
Mathematics 

L. R. Richardsox 
Historv", Citizenship 

Joseph M. Robertsox 

Mathematics 



The Junior College of Augusta 




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Sophomores 

Class Officers 

President Mar^^ Broome 

\'ice-President Arthur Balk 

Secretary' Susanna Wilcox 

Treasurer Frank Anderson 

Student Council Barbara Bassford 

Balk 

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Wilcox 



Anderson 



Patricia Ann Allison 

Rainbow Staff, 2, Editor-in-Chief; 
Basketball, 1; School Plav, 1. 



Jean Hansford Anderson 

Cheer Leader 2; J.C.A. Literary 
Society 2, Secretary 2 ; Zcta Rho 
Sigma 1, 2; Honor 1. 



Frank Warner Anderson 

Triangle, 1, 2; President, 2; Dem- 
olav, I, 2; Class Treasurer 2. 



John T. Anderson, Jr. 

Psi Phalanx 1, 2; Veterans Club 
1; JCA Literary Society 2. 




Arthur Balk 

Psi Phalanx 2; Triangle 1, 2; Glee 
Club 1 ■ Class Vice-President 2. 



Margaret Allen Baynard 

Rainbow Staff 1, 2; Zeta Rho Sig- 
ma 1, 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 
1, 2. 



Barbara Bassford 

Cheer Leader 2; J.C..\. Literary 
Society 2; Musketeer Staff 1 ; Rain- 
bow Staff 1, 2; Zeta Rho Sigma 
1, 2, Treasurer 2; Student Coun- 
cil 2 ; Sponsor 1 , 2 ; Beauty Sec- 
tion 2. 



Elder Frances Boggus 
High Honor 1. 



Mushie G. Bolgla 



Howard Bowers 



Mary Broome 

Class President 2; Most Popular 
1, 2 : Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2; Student 
Council 2, Vice-President 2; Cheer 
Leader 2; Beauty Section 1, 2. 



Mabert Calk 




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Georgia Carter 
High Honor 1. 



Henry Joseph Cashin 
Triangle 1, 2. 



Lora Chen 



Frank Cochrane 



Bobby Collins 
Triangle 1, 2. 



Mary Nell Edwards 



George Carl Durden 

Triangle 2; Demolay 1, 2. 



William Eubanks 

High Honor 1 : Phi Theta Kappa 
2. 




Rosemary Faulkner 






Julia Neal Fields 


Honor 1. 






High Honor 1 ; Student Council 
1, '2: Alpha Mu Chi 1; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 


Peggy Ann Fell 








Cheer Leader 2 ; 


Sweetheart 


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Phalanx 2; Beauty 


Section 2. 




Margaret Gilbert 



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Nell Elizabeth Golden 

J.C.A. Literary Society 2; Gle 
Club 1. 



Ann Theresa Heslen 

Basketball 1, 2; Zeta Rho Sigma 2. 



Harriet Heins 

Rainbow Staff 1, 2; Zeta Rho Sig- 
ma 1, 2, Secretary 2; J.C.A. Lit- 
erary Society 1, 2. 



Frances Joan Higgins 

Rainbow Staff 1, 2; Zeta Rho Sig- 
ma 1, 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 2. 



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Helen Hoffman 

J.C.A. Literary Society 2. 



Alma Funiian Hogan 



Margie Elizabeth Hoffman 
Beauty Section 2. 



Charlie Estes Hoover 

High Honor 1 ; Triangle 2 ; Chap- 
lain 2; Demolay I, 2, Senior Coun- 
cilor 2, Master Councilor 2. 



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Joyce Huff 

J.C.A. Literar>' Society I. 



Joe H. Johnson, Jr. 

Rainbow Staff, 1; Spanish Club, 2; 
rnasuiL-r; JX:.A. Litcrarv Society 
I, Secretary: Psi Phalanx 1, 2, 
Musketeer Staff 1, Treasurer of 
Veterans Club 1. 



Birnet Johnson 

J.C.A. Literarj' Society 2. 



Wilbur D. Jones, Jr. 

Deutscher Verein 1, Glee Club 1: 
Secretary 1 : Sabre Club 1 ; Psi 
Phalanx' 2. 




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Jack M. Kennedy 

Triangle Club 2; Spanish Club 2; 
Sabre Club 1. 



Jane Patricia Marriott 

Basketball 1, 2: Phi Theta Kappa 
2. 



James H. Mainor 
Triangle Club 2. 



Robert .Alton McFeely 

Rainbow 1 ; Treasurer Psi Phalanx 
1, 2; Musketeer 1; Veterans Club 
1; Sabre Club 1; Lieutenant 1. 



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Mareuerite McGraw 



Fred Lovelace McDonald 



Charles L. McLartx' 
Triangle 2: Honor 1. 



Constance Helen Miller 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1 . 2 : Rainbow 
StaflF 1, 2, 

Deutschcr Verein 1 ; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2: J.C.A. Literars- Society 
2; Spanish Club 2. 




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Edwin Moline 

J.C.A. Literan- SocieU- 2; Psi 
Phalanx 2. 



Robert Crouch MulUean 

Sabre Club 1 : Triangle 1, 2 : Rifle 
Team 1; Captain 1. 



Ivan Parker 

Sabre Club 1 ; Psi Phalanx 2 : High 
Honor 1 ; Class Treasurer 1 : Rain- 
bow Staff 1, 
Lieutenant Colonel 1 . 



Esther P-jujeish 

Student Council 1. 2: Alpha Mu 
Chi: High Honor 1; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 



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Oscar A. Richardson, Jr. 

Triangle Club; Literary Society. 



Mary Georgia Rountree 

Zcta Rho Sigma 1, 2; President 'I; 
Basketball 1,' 2. 



Roy Rogers 
Basketball 2. 



Margaret Irene Rupert 

Alpha Mu Chi 1. 



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Betty Sacre 

J. C. A. Literary' Society 1; Zeta Rho 
Sigma 2. 



H. Joyce Sample 



Mar^- Ellen Sain 
Zeta Rho Sigma 2. 



Sarah Seago 

Student Council 1, 2: .Mpha Mu 
Chi I ; Highest Honor 1 ; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 



William F. Shipman 

Honor 1; Triangle Club 1, 2; 
Treasurer 2, President 2; Student 
Council 1; Rifle Team 1. 



Mary Lou Stephenson 



Bessie Smaragdis 
Alpha Mu Chi 1 



Mary A. Thompson 




Cornelius B. Thurmond 

Valedictorian 2 ; Phi Theta Kappa 
2; Veterans Club 1. 



Caroline Turner 
Basketball 1, 2. 



Joe Albert Tucker 
Triangle Club 2. 



Haiold Tyson 



Gordon E. Walters 

Phi Thcta Kappa 2 ; High Honor 
1 ■ Adviser Jr. Hi-Y 2. 



Sainufl W. Wardlaw 

DeMolay 1, 2; Triangle Club 1 2; 
Stcrctai-y 2. 



Paul Louis Wanninger 



Donald W. Wheeler 




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Susanne Wilcox 

Zeta Rho Sigma 2, Vice President 
2; Class Secretary 2; JCA Literary 
Society 2, Vice President 2; Rairi- 
bow Staff 1., 2. 



Frederick Woo 



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Last Will and Testament 



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We, the Sophomore Class of J. C. A. — 1948, believing- ourselves to be of sound mind 
(as most people in our condition consider themselves) after passing the rough and rocky- 
road of the past two years realize that we will not need various talents, accomplishments, 
and other enumerated articles picked up in said years, and also recognizing the fact that our 
poor underclassmen will need something to carry them through their remaining years, do 
hereby declare and publish this document as our Last Will and Testament : 

Item I. I, Jack Sawilowsky, do hereby leave to Philip "Gwen" Shapiro my ability to 

graduate from Junior College in one and a half years in the hope that Phil will 
be among the graduating class in 1955. 

Item II. I, Bessie Smaragdis, do will and bequeath to Lclia Waters my ability of making 

up excuses to get out of class. 

Item III. I, Harold Tyson, do hereby leave a package of London Dock Tobacco to John 

Cornclison so that he may enjoy some of the finer things in smoking. 

Item IV. I, Susanne Wilcox, do will and bequeath my ability to look interested in class 

when I am bored to tears, to Marian Meiere. 

Item V. I, Donald "Duqky" Wheeler, do leave to Bill Mac Bridges thirty of my one 

hundred and sevent3'-four pencils. 

Item VI. I. Mary Lou Stephensiui. do will and bequeath to some lucky person the 

ability to stop at the filling station every morning to buy cigarettes in order 
to supply every one in the girls' room. 

Item VII. I, Billy Alainor, do hereby bequeath my affection for the nursing profession 
and also for the nurses, to Charlie Cooper. 

Item VIII. \\'e, IMar}- Georgia Rountree and Joan Higgins, dO' will and bequeath our 
inivate seats in ^Ir. Markert's office to anyone willing to accept them. 

Item IX. The Down Town Poker Club leaves all of its assets to its only freshman member, 

Sidney Foster. 

Item X. I. Jane Marriott, do will and bequeath my ability to play basketball to Beverly 

Rhodes in the hopes that the Junior College girls won't lose as many games next 
year. 

Item XI. I, Connie Miller, do will and bequeath my position of associate editor to anyone 

who wants to be hounded to death as I was by Edgar Richardson for this Last 
Will and Testament. 

Item XII. Joe Tucker and Charles McLarty do hereby- leave their love for daily bull 
sessions to Bill Lewis and Sonny McLart)\ 

Item XIII. .-Mton McFeely leaves his seniority in all bull sessions to Billy Lange. 

Item XIV. I, Joe Johnson, do will and bequeath my position as secretary of Psi Phalanx 
to some sober guy as capable as myself. 

Item XV. We, Mabert Calk and Mar)- Nell Edwards, do hereby will and bequeath to some 

struggling freshman the ability to pass Mr. Read's "pop" English tests. 

As my brain ceases its cogitation and my ready imagination ceases to divulge any other secrets, 
my tortured hand refuses to transcribe. What has been written must be submitted without further 
delay to the outside world, under witness of "slave drivers," the wee hours of the morning and 
"R:I:P:" 

Connie Miller 



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Student Nurses 




The Nursing Training Program 



During the War Years the Junior College provided class-room and laboratory instruction for a 
number of classes under the program of U. S. Cadet Nurses Corps. While the college considered this 
a contribution it should make to the war effort, these young women made a splendid contribution to 
the life of the college. The Cadet Nurse Program was an unqualified success. 

During the summer of 1947, the Junior College inaugurated a training program for nurses in 
afTiliation with the University Hospital Training School for Nur.ses. A total of 100 nurses have been 
registered for this course during the session of 1947-48. These young women came from a wide area 
embracing the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The practical aspects of 
nurses' training are carried on at the University Hospital, while the strictly academic work, con- 
sisting of English, psychiology, sociology, biology, and chemistry, is done under the regular 
instructors of the Junior College. 

If additional housing, class-room, and laboratory facilities can be provided, this program gives 
promise of becoming one of the finest features in the total educational effort of the Junior College. 
We can not only fulfill the function of a junior college by meeting a local and national need, but 
also make a cnntri]:)utii)n to one of tb.e noljlest of the in-ofessions. 



SECTION A 



SECTION B 



Billio Allrn 
Virginia Allen 
Lurlyne Anderson 
Joyce Banks 
Doris Brierson 
Annie Br\an 
Mildred Davis 
Iris De Kee 
Margaret Ellis 
Edna Elmore 
Ann Jolly Grace 
Nancy Given 
Ann Harrell 
Barbara Hallman 
Martha Ivey 
Jean Jackson 
Edith E. Johnson 
Rose Mary Jennedy 
Marianne Lucky 
Georgia McCarthy- 
Mary Lou McAdams 
Lois McCord 
Dell McDaniel 
Dorothy Norton 
Ronnie Pafford 
Clara Poole 
Lou Raines 



Euretha Ausmus 
Bitty Beckworth 
Phvllis Bentley 
Ronnie Black 
Betty Jean Blackshear 
Frances Braswell 
Hazel Brown 
Joann Cheeks 
Peggv Davis 
Lee Duncan 
Marie Duncan 
Gwen Exum 
Martha Frcgis 
Martha Gibbs 
Lois Harrill 
Jean Holley 
Margie Hundley 
Dorothy I\'ey 
Joyce James 
Charlene Jayne 
Gloria Jenkins 
Edith Johnson 
Betty Jones 
Martha Jones 
Margaret Kelly 
Mary Logan 
Juanita Lynn 
Rae Puttman 
Jeanne Rivers 
Bettv Sego 
Phyllis Sliester 
Betty Snelling 
Camille Strother 
Sue Saunders 
Gloria Walker 
Barbara Webb 








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Freshmen 

Class Officers 




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President Charles Cooper 

Vice-President Bert Harbin 

Secretary Tom Clayton 

Treasurer Willard Weeks 

Student Council William Fleming 



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Linda Adams 



Robert Boulinrau Jr. 



Sliirlee Akers 



Bobby H. Anslcy 




Tolly Brinkley 



James R. Appling 



Norman Emory Arrlngton 



Ann Burgaiiiy 



Marceline Avt>"v 



James Avery 



Joan Ruth Byrd 



Gould Barrett Jr. 



Josephine Benson 




Otis Cartlcdgc Jr. 



C'.arolvn Bolton 



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Thomas Clayton 



Charles A. Cooper Jr. 



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Wilbur Edgar 



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Edwin S. Epstein 



Willcna Etheridge 



Peter W. Fleming Jr. 



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William H. Fleming 



Frances W. Flowers 



Caroline W. Geiger 



Virginia C. Gleason 



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AUie M. Gray Jr. 




Dabney C. Graybill 





Patricia Ann Hale 



Whr-ldon Hair 



Bfit Harbin 



Mclvin Harilil; 



Holmes Harvely 



Kclsic C. Hawn 



Martha Hcmrick 



Richard S. Heslen 



Janic E. Hillman 



/' Frank Hogan 



Betty J. HufI 




Lois R. Huff 





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Robert L. Humphries 



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Harold Hunter 






Howard Jolles 



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John Paul Jones 



Curtis Luckey, Jr. 




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Kathcrine Elaine Kirkland 




Mary Elizabeth Mathews 



William B. Lange 



Paula F. Lavne 



Nell Lever 



Hilda Long 




Marian Lansdell Meiere 




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Gerald E. Lew 



Adra Miller 



Juanita Lewis 



William H Lewis 




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Julian T. Moody 




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Noniian C. Moseley 



Joyce Patrick 



Clarence S. Miins 



Conrad Willia:.i McGahce 




Dorothy Paulk 



Thomas M. Nicklcs, Jr. 



Joseph J. Nixon, Jr. 



Russell Edward Poteet, Jr. 



Patricia Orva O'Connor 



Mary Anna Ogden 



Dorothy Poy 



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Lewis Powell 



Robert Alton Parrish, Jr. 



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Barbara Theresa Price 



Ernest Evers Pund 



Jack Reddick 



M.uv Ann Reese 



I Beverly Rhodes 



Robert L. Richards 



Dorothv Rozier 



-Marita Smith 



Edna Smoak 



Matthew E. Seller 




Wade T. Sprouse 



Norman W. Stafford 



Reuben Christopher Scarborough 



Philip Shapiro 






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Nfilton Stevens 



Mary Virginia Sutton 



Norma Swan 



Robert Teuton 



Ann Tighe 



Anthony H. Thompson 



I-ouise Walle 




Janice Weathers 




Willard Weeks 




Robert Harriss Whitaker 



Benjamin F. Timniernian 



Mike Ushe 




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Morris Warr 



Henr>- M. Whitehead 



Jimmy Woo 





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SENIORS 

Class Officers 

President Tommy Kirkland 

Vice-President James Cooper 

Secretary Tommy Croft 

<■ Treasurer Dick Jones 

Student Council Myer Lichenstein 

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Cooper 




Jones 



Croft 




Aaronson 



Allen 



Anthony 



Bailey, J. P. 



Bailey, T. W. 



Harold Joseph Aaronson 

Band 1, 2; Sergeant 3, 4; DeMolay 3, 4. 



Curtis Lionel Anthony 

Honor 2; D.C.T. Club 3; Sergeant 3. 



Tonv Markert Allen 

Honor I, 2, 3; Class President 2; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Student Council 2; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Freshman Literary Society 1, Sec- 
retary 1; B-Varsity Basketball 3; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Sergeant 3, 4; Second Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 



Joseph Peyton Bailey 

Beta Club 2., 3, 4; Honor 1, 3; High Honors 2; 
Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 

Thomas Wesley Bailey 

Sergeant 3, 4; DeMolay 4. 




Barfield 



Barinowski 



Barksdale 



Beale 



Beattie 



Walter Ray Barfield 

High Honor 2; Honor 3; Sergeant 3; Captain 4; 
4-H Club, Winner in District Contest. 

Robert Emil Barinowski, Jr. 

Corporal 2; Sergeant 2; Swimming Team 3,4; Rain- 
bow Staff 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Fancy Drill 
Platoon 4. 

Ronnie Stanford Barksdale 

Corporal 1 ; Sergeant 1 ; Best Drilled Company Ij 
Merit Bar 1, 3; .Xcademy Hi-Y 3, 4; A- Varsity foot- 
ball 3; First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Musketeer 
Staff 4; Basketball Manager 4. 



William Jennings Beale 

B-Varsitv Football 2; B-Varsit\' Basketball 2; A- 
Varsitv Football 3, 4, 5; All GIAA Team 5; A-Var- 
■sity Basketball 4, 5; Track 4, 5; Sabre Club 4, 5; 
Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4, Captain 5; Major 5; 
Varsity Club 5. 

Robert Clifford Beattie, Jr. 

Honor 2; Band 3, 4; Sergeant 3, 4 ; DeMolay 3. 4. 



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Beckum 



Blackstone 



Blanchard 



Bohler 



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Lewis Tavlor Beckum 

Band 1; Sergeant 2, 3; DeMolay 3, 4; Fancy Drill 
Platoon 4. 



Bernard Armand Blackstone 

Sergeant 1 ; Fancy Drill Platoon 3, 4. 



Warren Talmadge Blanchard 

Literary Society 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4 
DeMolay 3, 4; Scribe 4; Rainbow Staff 4 ; High Hon 
or 1; Honor 2. 3; Best Drilled Company 1. 



Harry- Neil Bohler 

Band 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

Eugene Foster Brigham 

Transfer 2; Richmond Hi-Y 3. 4; DeMolay 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; A- Varsity Football 4; Varsity Club 4. 




Brinkley 



Brooker 



Brown 



Br\ant 



Carlson 



Crawford Wray Brinkley 

Musketeer Staff 5 ; Corporal 1 ; Sergeant 3, 4. 

Francis Edward Brooker 

Gaston Dalton Brown, Jr. 

Academy Hi-Y 4, 5; Sabre Club 4, 5; First Lieu- 
tenant 4; Captain 5; Best Drilled Company 3; Ser- 
geant 3. 4; DeMolay 4, 5; B-Varsity Football 3; 
B-Varsity Basketball 3; Football Manager 4, 5; Best 
Drilled Squad 2; Varsity Club 5. 



Herbert Edward Bryant 

Freshman Literary Society 1 ; Sergeant 2, 3, 4 ; B- 
Varsity Basketball 3: Rifle Team 4; DeMolay 4. 

Walter Howard Carlson 
Transfer 4; Beta Club 4. 



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Carpenter 



Carter 



Chandler 



Cheney 



Lawrence Marvin Carpenter, Jr. 

High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Richmond Hi-Y 1,, 3, 4; 
Chaplain 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 4; Tennis 
Team 2, 3, 4; Team Captain 3, 4; Rainbow Staff 
4; Varsity Club 4. 

John Franklin Carrol! 

Charles Edward Carter 

Sergeant 1 ; Best Drilled Company 1 ; Richmond Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4. 



Fred Franklin Chandler 

Track 4; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; DeMolay 4; Corporal 
1, 2, Sergeant 3, 4. 

William Irvin Cheney 

Corporal 1; 4-H Club, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 
3 : Musketeer Staff 4. 




Cole 



Coleman 



Cooper, J. L. 



Cooper, J. P. 



Cooper, J. R, 



Edward Colton Cole 

Transfer 3; Sergeant 3; Captain 4; Sabre Club 4; 
D.C.T. Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

John Scott Coleman , Jr. 

Honor 1, 3; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 2, 
3, 4; Musketeer Staff 4; Second Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Varsity Club 4. 

Jack Leonard Cooper 

Freshman Literary Society 1 ; Academy Literary So- 
ciety 2; Sergeant 4; Merit Bar 4; Beta Club 4. 



James Preston Cooper 

Transfer 3 : Class Vice-President 5 ; A- Varsity Foot- 
ball 4, 5, Team Captain 4, 5; All GLA.A Team 5; 
All Regional Team 5 ; All Southern Team 5 ; Elks 
Most Valuable Player .^ward 5 ; Richmond Hi-Y 5 ; 
Varsity Club 5 ; Friedman Trophy 5. 

James Robert Cooper 

Musketeer Staff 4; Swimming Team 4: DeMolay 4; 
5 ; Master C^ouncilor 4 ; First Lieutenant 4 : Sabre 
Club 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; .'Vcademv Hi-Y 3, 
4, 5, Treasurer 4, Secretary 5 ; Varsity Club 5. 







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Cooper 



Corlev 



Darbv 



DeLoach 



Walter Lewis Cooper 
Sergeant 4. 

Amo William Corley. Jr. 

Musketeer Staff 5 : Cadet Hi-Y 4, 5 ; Chaplain 4 ; 
DeMolay 3. 4. 5: Sabre Club 5: Rifle Club 4. 5; 
Vice President 5; All GIAA Rifle Team 4; Rifle 
Medal 4; Track 3; Corporal 3; Sergeant 3. 4; 1st 
Lieutenant 9; Captain 5; Best Drilled Squad 1. 



Thomas Wright Croft 

B-Varsin- Football Manager 2, 3; A-Varsit>- Foot- 
ball Manager 4 : Baseball Manager 3 ; Freshman 
Basketball 2; A-Varsit>- Basketball 5, 6; Academy Hi- 



Y 4. 6 : Musketeer Staff 5: Cheerleader 5. 6; Secre- 
tary of Class 6: Sergeant 1. 2, 4. 5; Best Drilled 
Squad 1. 3: Best Drilled Company 1: Corporal 2; 
Merit Bar 2: Track Team 6: Book Contest Wiimer 
1 ; Varsity Club 6; Student Council 6; Most Popular 
Senior 6. 

Carl Truman Darby 

Sergeant 2, 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; High Honor 2; 
Honor 1, 3: DeMolay 3, 4; Richmond Hi-Y 4; 
Sabre Club 4 ; Secretary- of Class 3 : Rainbow Staff 
4; Musketeer Staff 4; Best Drilled Company 1. 

William Joseph DeLoach 
D.C.T. Club 3, 4. 




Devaney 



Dunaway 



Duncan 



Freeman 



Fulcher 



Walter Johnson Devaney 

1st Lieutenant 4; Captain 4; Sabre Club 4. 

William Price Dunaway 

A-Varsiu- Football 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 4; A- Varsity 
Basketball 3; Varsity Club 4; President 4. 



James Caldwell Duncan 
DeMolay 3, 4. 

Guv Freeman 

Sergeant 4: F.F.A.; B-Varsity Basketball 3; A- Var- 
sity Basketball 4. 

William Clifford Fulcher 
Honor 3. 



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Galloway 



Ghingold 



Godowns 



Graha 



Hagler, T. W. 



Ronald Frost Galloway 

Literarv Society 1, 2, 3; Cadet Hi-Y 3; DeMolay 
3, 4; B-Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Honor 1, 2; Ser- 
geant 3, 4. 

Maurice Jack Ghingold 

Corporal 1 ; Literary Society 3. 

Willis Arthur Godowns 

Sergeant 1; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; 2nd 
Vice-President 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; 
B- Varsity Basketball 3. 



Robert Clyde Graham 

Academy Hi-Y \, 2, 3; A-Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. 
5; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 3, 5; 
Business Manager 3; Merit Bars 2, 3, 4: Block "R" 
Club 2, 3. 



Thomas Waterman Hagler Jr. 

Honor 2; Freshman Literary' Society 1; Richmond 
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Rifle' Club 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; AU-GIAA Team 3; Rifle Team Medal 
2, 3, 4; C. W. Tully Trophy 3; Tennis Team 3, 4; 
Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Best Drilled Company 
1. 3; Best Drilled Squad 1; Gold "R" Society 4. 




Hagler, W. S. 



Hammock 



Harris 



Hatcher 



Hightower 



William Schwcigert Hagler 

High Honor 1, 2, 3; Rainbow Staff 4; Tennis Team 
3, 4 ; Freshman Literar\- Society 1 ; Vice-President 1 ; 
Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3., 4; Sergeant 
4; Merit Bars 2, 3; Gold "R" Society 4; Varsity 
Club 4. 

Jesse Grimes Hammock 

Honor 1, 2; A- Varsity Football 3, 4; DeMolay 3, 4. 



Virgil Wingfield Harris 

Literaiy Society 1, 3; Sabre Club 5; DeMolay 5; 
Corporal 1; Sergeant 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant 5; 
B- Varsity Football 2: Rainbow Staff 3, 4, 5; Mus- 
keteer Staff 5; Best Drilled Company 4. 

Elmo Allen Hatcher 

F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; D.C.T. Club 3, 4. 

Irvin Chesley Hightower 

Academy Hi-Y 3, 4, 5; Treasurer 4; Sabre Club 4; 
2nd Lieutenant 4; A- Varsity Football 3, 4, 5; Var- 
sity Club 5. 




Hogan 



Holmes 



Horton 



Howell 



Ule, J. W. 



Hanie Jordan Hogan 

B- Varsity Football 4 ,■ A- Varsity Football 5 ; Corporal 

4: Varsitv Club 5. 



Eddie Clark Howell 

Richmond Hi-V 3, 4; President 4; Sergeant 4; Fresh- 
man Literary Society 1. 



Harvey Randall Holmes 

Track Team 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Sergeant 4. 



John Welsh Ille 

D.C.T. Club 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 



William Samuel Horton 

F.F.A. Club 3; D.C.T. Club 4; Sergeant 4. 




Ille, T. A. 



Irvin 



Jessup 



Johnston 



JoUes 



Thomas .Alphonse Ille 

D.C.T. Club 3; Corporal 3; Musketeer Staff 4. 



Frank Charles Johnston 
Sergeant 3. 



Henr\- Stuart Ir\in 

Honor 2, 3 ; Rainbow Staff 3, 4. 

Robert Elam Jessup 

Transfer 4; Glee Club 4; Beta Club 4; Sergeant 4. 



Isaac Seymour JoUes 

High Honor 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 
3, 4; Best Drilled Company 1, 3; Best Drilled Squad 
1. 











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Jones 



Kelly, G. L. 



Kelly, W. D. 



Charles Richard Jones 

Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Honor 2; Treasurer of Class 4; 
A-Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. 

George Lockwood Kelly 

Rainbow Staff 3, 4; Camera Club 3; Musketeer 
Staff 3, 4; Best Drilled Platoon 3; Sergeant 2, 4. 



William Davis Kelly 

Highest Honor 1, 2, 3; Valedictorian 4; Beta Club 

2, 3. 4; Richmond Hi-Y 4; Secretary 4; DeMolay 

3. 4; Merit Bars 2, 3; Sergeant 4; Musketeer Staff 
4; Rainbow Staff 4; Managing Editor 4; George 
Traylor Memorial Medal 2 ; D.A.R. History Award 
3; Freshman Literary- Society 1; 1st Rating 10th 
District Music Contests. 





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Kitchen 



Kulp 



Langley 



Claude Ray Kitchen 

Psi Phalanx 5 ; Best Drilled Company 1 ; Best Drilled 
Platoon 1 ; Best Drilled Squad 1 ; Swimming Team 
4; Musketeer Staff 5; Varsity Club 5. 

Lawerence William Kulp 
Swimming Team 4. 

Derwent Langley. Jr. 

B-Varsitv Football 1, 2; A- Varsity Football 3, 4, 5; 
.Ml-GIAA 2nd Team 5; Track Team 3, 4, 5; All- 
GI.AA Team 4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 
3, 4; Sergeant 1, 2, 3; Captain 5; Sabre Club 4; 
D.C.T. Club 4; Varsity Club 5; Vice-President 5. 



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Kerr 

Homer Chalmers Kerr. Jr. 

Honor 1, 2; Camera Club 3, 4; 
Society 1. 



Kirkland 



Freshman Literary 



Thomas Richard Kirkland 

High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Best 
Drilled Freshman 1 ; Corporal 2 ; Sergeant 2, 3 : Cap- 
tain 4; President of Class 1, 3, 4; Vice-President of 
Class 2; B-Varsitv Basketball 1, 2; B- Varsity Foot- 
ball 2; A- Varsity Basketball 3, 4; A- Varsity Foot- 
ball 3, 4; .'Mi-Regional Team 4; Student Council 
1, 3. 4 : Gold 'R" Society 4; Varsity Club 4: Fried- 
man Trophy 4. 






Lester 



Lichenstein 



James Luther Lester 

Transfer 3; Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4; President 4; Beta 
Club 3, 4; President 4; Vice-President, State Beta 
Clubs; Sabre Club 4; Chaplain 4; Literary Society 
3; Honor 3; Debating Team 3; Sergeant 3; 2nd 
Lieutenant 4: .A-Varsitv Football 3, 4; Gold "R" 
Society: Varsity Club 4; Secretary -Treasurer 4. 

Myer Lee Lichenstein 

.'\- Varsity Football 3, 4, 5; 2nd Lieutenant 5: Student 
Council 5: B-Varsitv Football 2: Varsity Club 5. 




Livingston 



Maden 



Mahlstedt 



Marlowe 



McCarty 



James Scott Livingston 

Freshman Literary Society 1; Sergeant 3; 1st Lieu- 
tenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Football 
Manager 4. 

William Leroy Maden Jr. 

Literary Society 1, 2, 3; DeMolay 3, 4; Track Team 
3, 4; Cadet Hi-Y 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; A- Varsity 
Football 4; Treasurer of Class 3; Sabre Club 4; 
2nd Lieutenant 4; Honor 1; High Honor 2, 3; Merit 
Bar 4; Gold "R" Society 4; Varsity Club 4. 



Nicklaus Heindrich Mahlstedt 

Academy Literary Society 2; Camera Club 3, 4. 

Philip Leroy Marlowe 

A-Vaisity Football 3, 4; Sergeant 1, 3; 1st Lieuten- 
ant 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Varsity Club 4. 

Cuthberc Lucius McCarty Jr. 

Honor 1,2; High Honor 3; Beta Club 4; Richmond 
Hi-Y 4; DeMolay 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 1, 2, 3; 
Treasurer of Class 1 ; Rainbow Staff 4. 




McDaniel 



Edgar Lamar McDaniel 

High Honor 1 ; Merit Bar 2 ; Transfer 3 



Henry Getzen Mealing Jr. 

Camera Club 3, 4; DeMolay 3, 4; Rainbow Staff 3, 4. 



Herbert Alexander Mcintosh 

DeMolay 3, 4; Best Drilled Company 1. 



Wallis Cone Mettes 
Rainbow Staff 4. 



Hal Harris McNair 

Corporal 2, 4; Honor 3; A-Varsity Football 3, 4. 




Middlebrooks 



Moore 



Mui'phy 



Newman 



Samuel Miller Meyer 

Richmond Hi-Y 3; Sergeant 4; Color Guard 4. 

Burton Stone Middlebrooks 

High Honor 3; Beta Club 4; Sergeant 4; Transfer 3. 
2nd Lieutenant 4. 



Jesse Gray Moore Jr. 

Freshman Literary Society 



Richmond Hi-Y 2. 



Thomas Daniel Murphy 

Best Drilled Company 1 ; Sergeant 4; B-Varsity Bas- 
ketball 1, 2: B-Varsity Football 2; A-Varsity Bas- 
ketball 4; A-Varsity Football 3, 4, 5: Alternate Cap- 
tain 5 ; Richmond Hi-Y 5 ; Varsity Club 5. 

Raymond Arlon Newman 
Best Drilled Company 1. 




Newton, J. W. 



Newton. L. S. 



O'Hara 



Overstreet 



Padgett 



Jack Wingard Newton 

Best Drilled Squad 1, 4; Richmond Hi-Y 3. 4. 5; 
Treasurer 5; F.F.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Ser- 
geant 4; 1st Lieutenant 5; Sabre Club 5; Football 
Manager 4, 5 ; Varsity Club 5. 



Jern- Peter O'Hara 

Best Drilled Platoon 1, 2, 3; Best Drilled Squad 2: 
Best Drilled Company 2; D.C.T. Club 5; President 5. 

James Lewis Overstreet 



Linton Stevens Newton 

DcMolay 4, 5; Best Drilled Platoon 1, 3, 4; Best 
Drilled Company, 1 , 4 ; A-Varsitj' Football 5 ; Merit 
Bar 3 ; Sergeant 3. 



John Leroy Padgett 

D.C.T. Club; Sergeant 3; 1st Lieutenant 4: Sabre 
Club 4. 




Perry 



Phinizy 



Powledge 



Proctor 



Puder 



Pierce Gordon Perry 

Corporal 1; Sergeant 2, 3; Captain 4; Academy Hi-Y 
2; A-Varsitv Football 2, 3, 4; B- Varsity Ba-.kctball 
2; A-Varsitv Basketball 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Varsity 
Club 4. 



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James Moreno Proctor 

Freshman Literary Society 1; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; 
A- Varsity Football 3, 4; Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 
4; Sabre Club 4; Varsity Club 4. 

Hugh Ernest Puder 

Transfer 3; Honor 3; Tennis Team 3, 4; Sergeant 4. 



Gideon Mills Powledge 

High Honor 1 ; Freshman Literary Society 1 ; Presi- 
dent 1; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Mus- 
keteer Staff 4; Sergeant 4; Best Drilled Company I. 




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Jackie Grady Pyle 

D.T.C. Club 3, 4; Vice-President 4; F.F.A. 2. 

William Robert Rabun 

A- Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Academy 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



William Butler Raines 

High Honor 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Academy 
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; President 4; Sabre Club 
4; Freshman Literary Society 1; Rainbow Staff 4; 
Student Council 2; Merit Bars 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 3; 
2nd Lieutenant 4; Best Drilled Company 1; A- Var- 
sity Football 3; A- Varsity Basketball 4; B-Varsity 
Basketball 2. 3: Swimming Team 3; Tennis Team 3; 
Gold "R" Society 4 ; Varsity Club 4. 



Raines 



Mitchell Raynes 

High Honor 1, 2, 3; Freshman Literary Society 1; 
Best Drilled Company 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Merit 
Bar 2. 



Donald Ray Reynolds 

Sergeant 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; B- Varsity Football 4; 
Rifle Team 3. 






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Rhodes 



Richardson 



Rodgers 



Rucker 



Sale 



Russell Babeis Rhodes 

A- Varsity Football 3, 4; Richmond Hi-Y 4; DeMolay, 
4; Varsity Club 4. 

Edgar Morrison Richardson 

High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Freshman Society 1; 
Academy Literary Society 3 ; Glee Club 4 ; Beta Club 
2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Treasurer 4; Richmond 
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Chaplain 4; Mus- 
keteer Staff 4; Rainbow Staff 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; 
Sergeant 4; Best Drilled Platoon 1; Tennis Team 3, 
4; Simming Team 3. 4; Varsity Club 4; Chaplain; 
B-Varsity Basketball 3: Gold "R" Society 4. 



William Roscoe Rodgers 
Sergeant 4. 

Charles Thomas Rucker 
Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4 ; 
Lieutenant 4. 



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George Gilmer Sale 

Freshman Literary Society 1; Sergeant 2, 3; 1st 
Lieutenant 4; Best Drilled Platoon 2; Best Drilled 
Company 2 ; Secretary of Class 2 ; Student Council 



3: Academy Hi-Y 3, 
Club 4. 



4; Vice-President 4; Sabre 





Batcher, D. W. 



Saul 



Scott 



Sego 



Duke William Satcher 

Veterans Club 3; Phalanx Club 3, 4. 



Jerome Saul 

Beta Club 3, 4; Sergeant 3, 4; High Honor 2, 3. 



Milton Butler Satcher 

High Honor 1, 2; Highest Hon^r 3; Literary So- 
ciety I, 2, 3; Track Team 2; B-Varsity Basketball 3; 
Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Sabre Club 4; 
2nd Lieutenant 4; Merit Bars 3, 4; Best Drilled 
Squad 3; Vice-Presi.dent of Class 1; Sergeant 3; 
Musketeer Staff 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 



Hugh Alton Scott 

Sergeant 1, 2, 3; Color Guard 3; D.C.T. Club 3, 4; 
Secretary 3, 4. 

Clifford Thomas Sego Jr. 

Beta Club 4; High Honor 3; Sergeant 3. 




Smith. J. D. 



Smith, P. E. 



Smith, R. B. 



Stafford 



Suhr 



James Diamond Smith 
D.C.T. Club 4. 



Paul Eugene Smith 

1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; D.C.T. Club 4: 
Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 3; Captain 
4; Gen. Leonard Wood Medal 3; Rifle Team Medah 
2, 3, 4; A11-GL\A Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; GIAA Cham- 
pionship Medal 3. 



Robert Boynton Smith 

Band 3, 4; DeMolay 3, 4. 

Robert Eu.^ene Stafford 
Veterans Club 3. 

Karl Frederick Suhr 

Literary Society 1, 2; 1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 
4; Honor 1, 2,' 3. 




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Swain 



Symms 



Talbert 



Tanenbaum 



Jamie Wylie Swain 

Sabre Club 4; Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4. 

Robert Louis Symms 

Musketeer Staff 2; Camera Club 3. 



James William Talbert 

1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 



William Lewis Tallent 

Transfer 3; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Sergeant 3, 4; A- 
Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 5. 

Julian Bernard Tanenbaum 

Band 1, 2; Literary Society 3; Honor 3; Merit Bar 2. 




Teague 



Thompson 



Tobin 



Toole 



Addison Dawson Teague 

Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Declamation 

Team 2 ; Freshman Literaiy Society 1 ; Rainbow 

Staff 4; Literars- Society 4; Honor 2; Sergeant 4. 

Harold Whitfield Thompson 

Frank Luon Tobin 

A-Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. 



Wallace Sylvester Toole 
D.C.T. Club 3, 4. 

Leslie Cecil Towns 

Transfer 4 ; Academy Hi-Y 4, 5 ; B- Varsity Football 
- 4: A-Varsitv Football 5; A-Varsity Basketljall 4, 5; 
Track Team 4, 5; Sergeant 5; Varsity Club 5. 




Foster Theodore Utley 

Sergeant 2, 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

Frank James Wallace Jr. 
Sergeant 4. 



Whaley 



Curtis Edward Whaley 

F.F.A. 3, 4: B-Varsitv Football 3: A-Varsitv Foot- 
ball 4; Varsity Club 4. 

Jack Duanc Wilk 



Douglas Ramon Walters 

Track Team 3 ; Corporal 1 : Best Drilled Platoon 1 : 
Best Drilled Company 2 ; DeMolay 4. 




Williams 



\\ Lilly 



Woodward 



Wright 



Your 



James Edward Williams 

Sergeant 4; Color Guard 4. 

Philip Wong 

Bf St Drilled Company 1 ; Sergeant 4. 

William McNorrell Woodward 

Band 1, 2, 3; Sergeant 1, 2; 2nd Lieutenant 3; 1st 
Lieutenant 4; Band Medal 3; DeMolay 4; A-Varsity 
Basketball 4; A-Vnrsity Football 4; B-Varsity Foot- 
ball 2, 3; Track Team 3, 4. 



Edward Mason Wright 

Secretary of Class 1 ; Student Council 1 ; B-Varsity 
Basketball 3; Corporal 1; Sergeant 3. 4; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 4. 

Robert Aunard Young 

Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Sergeant 3, 4; Color Guard 4. 




Zervos 



N'cholas John Zervos 

Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3; Secretary 4; 
D.C.T. Club 3; DcMolay 4; B-Varsity Football 2; 
Rambow Staff 3, 4; Business Manager 4; Track Man- 
ager 4. 




Last Will And Testament 

\Vc. the class of '48, upon tcrniinatina; "lour" hard years of thorough and complete courses of 
study with great trials and tribulations such as: experiencing trivial set back on tests and exams, 
having been both pleased and disappointed by the fairer sex, aggravated by unreliable sources, hav- 
ing been "rooked" out of a GIAA championship, terrified by faculty members, and drilled under dis- 
gusting conditions on the ROTC field: but also such joys as: being present at gatherings at the Var- 
sity after numerous football triumphs, and at the Airport Grill following nerve-wracking basketball 
victories, with profound concern, we hope that the succeeding classes will not follow in our footsteps, 
but achieve some merit in all fields of activity. 



Herewith the class of 1948 docs generously leave these bequests: 

Item 1. I, Harold Anderson, being of sound mind and best health, do hereby leave my red 

shoes and old green Buick to William 13eas and Bubber Toole, so that they 

might date someone else besides Peggy Armond and Verna Hastings. 
Item 2. Tony Allen leaves his uniform intact to "Edo" Douglass with hopes that it won't 

be too small for him. 
Item 3. I, Warren Blanchard, leave to some unfortunate senior of '48-'49, my ability to 

smile in Mr. Talley's room under trying circumstances. 
Item 4. I, Ronnie Barksdale, leave my unblemished militai'y record to Jimmy Stewart and 

Charlie Spence, hoping that they will follow in my footsteps. 
Item 5. I, Bernard Blackstonc, will to Bobby Guillebeau, my ability to evade study halls 

and cut extra drill. 
Item 6. I, Wray Brinkley, leave my seat in detention hall to "Tunny" Bowman and Steve 

Brett, so they may fill it as often as I did. 
Item 7. We, Buck Brown and Jack Newton, leave our art of managership to George (W. F.) 

Rollins. 
Item 8. I, R. Emil Barinowski, Jr., do hereby grant my swimming ability to "Percy-cute" 

in hopes that he'll be able to swim out of trouble. 
Item 9. Billy Beale leaves his athletic skills to "Wee Wee" Weathers, trusting that he \vill 

make all GIAA three times next year. 
Item 10. Joe Bailey leaves his most agreeable way with all people to anyone willing to take it. 
Item 11. I, Gene Brigham, leave my speedy legs tc a f tare GIAA track star at Richmond. 
Item 12. John Coleman and Marvin Carpenter abandon their respective golf and tennis in- 
terests to such young enthusiasts as Lairy McCreary and Butch Mulhcrin. 
Item 13. James "T. D." Cooper lea\'es his e.x])ei'tness to run with a football tu Gaines 

Hugiiley, hoping that Richnmnd will h;i\e another undefeated season and fin- 
ally overthrow Lanier for the GIAA crown. 
Item 14. I, Billy Hagler, do leave to Mr. Talley my social security card, so that he will have 

some means of subsistence. 
Item 15. I, Homer Chalmers ("Chop") Kerr, herebx' will and lieqeeath niv aplness to 

twirl a watch chain to the "Porcupine.' George Marsh. 
Item 16. I, Herbert ("True") Mcintosh, due to my Scotch ancestry, leave absolutely nolhing 

to the Junior Class. 
Item 17. I, Ronald Galloway, although not of Scotch ancestry, also leave nil, as I will net'd 

all I've got to pass Psychology in Junior College. 
Item 18. Tommy Croft and Sonny Towns leave their basketball playing skill to LeRoy 

Suddath and Walter Daley, who we know won't need it. 
Item 19. Arno Corley and Paul "Snuffy" Smith, lea\e their exactness in Riflery to 

next year's team, in order that ilie. _ ..might win the GIA.A chamjjionsnip. 
Item 20. I, Tom Hagler, leave to Harrv Sherman, my talent to never miss a target or a day 

of rifle practice, and last but not least, my ability to get along with certain girls. 
Item 21. Eddie Howell leaves to Billy Evans his capability to master the fundamentals of 

common Algebra. 
Item 22. Jesse Hammock leaves his fascinating curiosity to a rising student like Righton 

Robertson who certainly has the utilities for putting it to use. 
Item 23. Jimmy Lester and Dick Jones, in complete hopelessness, abandon their handsome 

looks and "way"' with the "femmes"' to Herman Oellerich and Richard Ed- 
wards, in case they come upon the use of them. 
Item 24. Bill Madcn leaves his militaristic capabilities to next year's commander of the 2nd 

platoon of "A" Co., hoping that he will have more success with his men. 
Item 25. I. Caithbert Lucius McCarty, Jr., do will and bequeath to our school president. 

Mr. Hardy, one Crosley automobile with grappling hooks attached, for the purpose 

of catching underclassmen running in the halls. 
Item 26. I, Tommy Kirkland. leave to Jimmie "J. P. Lacy" Proctor, my famous laugh with 

hopes that it will continue to terrify people. 



item 27. Junior Moore, ]\Ieyer Licheiistein and ^Miller JMeyer leave their rabid inter- 

ssts in the opposite sex of Augusta to all young "eager beavers." 
Item "i8. I, Bob Owens, leave to the up and coming lover of the Junior Class, my address 

book and female photographs, so he may "carry on" in keeping all of the local 

women happy. 
Item 29. I, P. G. Perry, leave my ability as a football player to Frank Tobin, so that he 

might beat Jack Dodgen out for end next year. 
Item 30. I, Russell Rhodes, leave my ability as a football player to Jack Dodgen, so that 

Frank Tobin can beat him out for end next year. 
Item 31. Bob Puder leaves his incomparable Spanish accent (after 16 long years of study) 

to Mr. Howard, hoping that it may assist him in teaching his classes in the future. 
Item 32. I, Mills Powledge, to Bud Carter, leave my ability to think up a new excuse every 

night to get out of the house. 
Item 33. I, Charlie Rucker, as I leave, do take my outspoken voice (used in my Science 41 

and 42 classes), so that some day Mr. Talley will be able to start his lectures before 

the bell rings. 
Item 34. Edgar "Rip" Richardson, who still manages to maintain his interest in "non local" 

young ladies, leaves his efTiciency to be late at all his classes, and annoy the office 

secretaries, to next year's editor-in-chief of THE RAINBOW. 
Item 35. Marion Rice, leaves play "97" to Bobby Walker so he might run it from three yard 

line against Charleston next year. 
Item 36. Jerry Saul leaves his ceaseless questioning of Beta Club meetings to all of its re- 
maining members, who by this time through the experience of its orderly and strict 

meetings, should know now that they meet every night. 
Item 37. Robert Smith leaves his ability to ask foolish questions at drill and to eat in ranks 

to "Fatboy" Hensley and Kenneth Hedrick. 
Item 38. I, Robert Symms, being of doubtful mind and unsound body, do will and bequeath 

my ability to imitate Spike Jones, et cetera, to anyone fool enough to try it. 
Item 39. Mickey Satcher leaves his unusual qualification to ask Mr. DuPuis, Mr. Howard, 

and Mr. Langford the most utterly foolish questions, to anyone who lives to drive 

teachers nuts. 
Item 40. I, Billy Raines, leave to the coaching staff, a carload of hair restorer, so that they 

will no longer be haunted by cries of "Baldy". 
Item 41. I, J. B. Tanenbaum, leave to Air. Moseley my ability to sleep at night as a 

remedy for his ever present drowsy look. 
Item 42. Dawson Teague leaves to Wayland and Bob Lamar, his accomplishment of getting 

along with Miss Bailie. 
Item 43. I, Robert Young, leave my ability to go steady with two women at once 

without being found out, to Herman Oellerich. 
Item 44. Nick Zervos leaves the time and place of the showing, but keeps his movie film. 
Item 45. The "slaves" of Capt. Thebaud's MS&T classes leave their truck load of voluminous 

notes taken under "dilatory" dictation, to next year's Seniors in order that they 

may have a chance of being prepared for the worst, and so that the Captain will 

not be so aggravated with them too! 



We, the senior editors of the RAINBOW STAFF leave to Mr. Etheredge all the peanut butter 
that is available under these hasty conditions so that he can finally choke his cat, and to Mr. Read, 
we leave a more rounded staff for next year, with hopes that the 1949 publication will be out in 
time for the Spring Holidays! 

This is the END! 

Thou most humble, obedient and agonized servant, 
with a head full of many a gray hair, 

Edgar M. Richardson (P.H.) 



Witnessed by: 

The Big Five— (R.E.K.R.K.) 
George 

S. Na Foo 

and 

The desolate and barren plains of Northern Siberia 



I 



Class Prophecy 



TIME: 1962 A.D. 



PLACE : 
SCENE: 



East Hohrokendown, Xew Guernsey. 



A disnputablc looking character comes in and 
spittoon. 



A fourth rate pool room. 

peaks to a sad-looking man polishing a 



I wanna — Sonny! Sonny McCarty! How in tlu- world arc you? Boy. I haven't seen you in ten 
years. You sure look good. Gained a little weight haven't you? How much do you weigh now? Three- 
hundred fifty, that's fine. Say, what are you doing here? Oh, Assistant Manager in charge of polish- 
ing spittoons. Fine. What am I doing? Oh, I write the Tramps Newspaper, "Raines' Ratstreet". 
Yeah, Managing Editor. What? You want to hear about the old gang? Well, let's shoot a game of 
pool and Fli tell you about as many as I can think of. I guess you read about Tony Allen making 
.\]1 .\merican tackle at Notre Dame and just beating out Warren Blanchard of Michigan. Two fine 
baliplayers, those boys. "Set 'em up. Sonny". Jimmy Lester is doing mighty good in politics back 
home. He went in partnership with Billy Hagler, and they're the newsboys for the "Talking Tur- 
key". "I'll break, Son". I saw John Coleman up in St. Louis last month. Went up to see the National 
Open. Sure did admire the way he handled those clubs. His score? Oh, he didn't play, but he was 
the best caddy up there. "My shot?" Here, Son, have a cigar. Sure it's a fine one. What? Oh, 
where did I get it? Well, you remember old glamour boy Jones. Nah! Dick Jones. Well, he married 
Gravel Gertie's sister. Mudface Minnie, and they just had their thirteenth child. Yeah, he's celebrat- 
ing. Sure he can afford these nickel cigars, he's making good money on the garbage trucks. "Your 
shot. Son". Say, guess who I sold a razor to today! ^'eah, Billy Dunaway. He finally grew enough 
whiskers to shave. Yeah, I sell razors on the side to make a little pocket money. "Six-ball in the 
sidepocket, Son." Ronnie Barksdale just founded the S.P.C.H.H., that's the ""Society for the Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to Hitch-Hikers." Davis Kelly went to Junior College for about 8 years but 
couldn't get but two units and now he plays the piano for drinks down at Howell's Hovel on the 
waterfront, "Where the Destitute Meet to Shoot." Yeah, Eddie Howell runs it. It's a pool room. 
Gene Brigham is going to France next month for the Olympic Track meet. Run the hundred? 
Nah, he takes care of Myer Lichenstein's shoes. Myer is the favorite in the twenty-six mile Mara- 
thon. Always had plenty of wind, that boy. "Nice shot. Son, you're sho better than when we last 
played." Say, on the same boat with Gene and Myer will be Bud Carter. You remember Old 
"Genius" Carter? Well, he's on his way to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He's already got every 
degree and diploma possible in America. Yeah, sure is funny what some of the boys are doing. 
Take poor little "Dee" Langley, he's an invalid. Tried to pick up a whole quart of milk by himself 
and strained his back. I told him he should have stuck to pints. "Watch this shot. Son, Ten ball in 
the left corner pocket." You know the other day I heard Bobby Graham made all-G.I.A..^. Only 
took him eleven years. By that time he was balder than Mr. Rollins. Say, are you going to listen 
to the fight tonight? Yeah, the heavyweight title fight between Clifford "AVildman" Sego and 
Seymour "Slasher" Jolles. Ought to be a ripsnorter. "Shucks missed, never could shoot those four- 
cushion shots." You remember Tommy Murphy, Son? Well, he's working for Dr. Dimwittle's Tooth 
Paste. Yeah, a model. You remember his shiny white smile? Now they call it the "Dimwittle Spark'e." 
Marvin Carpenter had to leave Forest Hills last week. He wasn't up to par. They caught him loaf- 
ing. No, he was the laziest ball boy up there! He'll be back though, never could stay away from a 
tennis court. "Shoot, Son." Charles Rucker. you know "Golden Voice" Charlie, is calling hogs on 
Jug Livingston's hog farm. Hear they're doing right well. Funny how Jug got in the hog business. 
You know how dirty the football locker room got. 'specially on rainy days? Well, Jug got so used 
to the mud he just stayed in it and he's done pretty good. "Hey, hand me the chalk." I heard Robert 
Symms just gave his fifth concert in Carnegie Hall. Is that right? No, only his fourth. Oh, say, I 
wonder whatever happened to Billy Beale? You know what? He works in this town. Yeah, I see 
that building over there. Say he .set a production record over there? So he's the best pretzel twister 
they ever had. That's good. What? He's the only person to ever hold both the tiddlewinks and 
marbles championships at the plant at the same time. He always was good in athletics. "Only four 
more balls, see if you can get one in. Son." Do you remember how Tommy Croft used to entertain 
people? Well, he still does it. He's the main attraction in the monkey section at the Atlanta Zoo. 
Eats those de-lish' peanuts. "You got two balls, I'll try to get the other two." Ya know I hear that 
Neck Zervos is still trying to get that infamous but very popular film of his back, right now he's up 
in the wilds of the Yukon hoping to recover it! "Got one, now for the other." Ronald "Toothpick" 
Callaway works for Old Edgar (Rip) Richardson. Edgar runs a circus and Ronald is the main freak. 
Nah, he's the fat man, 799 7 9 lbs. I always knew he had it in him. Edgar is also on the staff of Miss 
Cornelia Killroy's Kindergarten for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Review. Editor? Heck no! He's the 
Third Assistant President in charge of removing matter from the waste paper recepticles. "Got that 
other one." Ya know, they say Sonny Townes is quite a basketball coach. Yeah, his team finished 
fourth in the Inter-Kindergarten Bloomer Girls League. Course now. there weren't but four teams 
but that don't matter much. "Well, that finished the game, Son." Sure did enjoy this little chat, but 
I got to be .-shoving- off and get out the yearly edition of the "Ratstreet." Next time I'm 
around I'll drop by again and we'll chat some more. So long. Son, see vou at the annual. 

SCENE: Character leaves as sad-looking man resumes polishing spittoons. 



By: Billy Raines 

Censored by: Sonny McCarty 



Junior Class Officers 

President Richard Edward- 

Vice-President Gaines Huguley 

Secretary Bobby Baggott 

Treasurer Emory Farr 

Student Council Bobby Guillebeau 




Edwards 



Huguley 



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l» 




Baggott 



Far 



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Sophomore Class Officers 



President Jack Dodgen 

Vice-President Herbert Elliott 

Secretary George Wright 

Treasurer Larry Wong 

Student Council • Billy Maxwell 







Elliott 




Wright 



Wong 



:<."S^-;J% 



Freshman Class Officers 



President Donald King 

Secretary Jack Hall 

Treasurer Edwin Douglass 

Student Council Bill Hughes 




Kino 



Douglas 




"Freshies" 






. *^/*. 



Class Of 1949 




I' 



Adams, R. T. 
Aldiidgc, L. T. 
Baggott, R. T. 
Baird, G. C. 
Baker, R. A. 
Barnes, T. S. 
Barrow, J. M. 
Barton, L. T. 
Baynard, J. S. 
Beatse, J. C. 
Beck, B. C. 
Bennett, E. T. 
Brandenburg, W. C. 
Bryan, W. J. 
Bonzo, W. E, 
Bowick, J. W. 
Bowman, G. T. 
Branan, W. J. 
Brandon, W. W. 
Brantley, O. W. 
Brett, S. E. 
Brinkley, C. W. 



Burch, H. W. 
Bush, E. R. 
Calamas, P. J. 
Carlton, T. M. 
Carpenter, R. B. 
Carter, J. O. 
Cartledge, R. C. 
Cawley, E. H. 
Cawley, W. 
Chamberlain,, C. 
Cheeseborough, R. S. 
Cook, H. 
Coppedge, B. 
Cordell, B. L. 
Corley, R. L. 
Corley, W. L. 
Cotts, L. L. 
Davis, C. E. 
Deal, C. 
Deas, W. C. 
Dicks, J. M. 



Douglas, E. L. 
Drew, W. E. 
Dozier, W. A. 
Dubose, B. A. 
Dye, W. E. 
Edwards, R. B. 
Erlich, G. E. 
Elliott, R. B. 
Emory,, D. B. 
Eubanks, W. S. 
Farr, E. W. 
Parr, M. F. 
Feese, L. R. 
Flythe, J. B. 
Frank, A. R. 
Geer, H. C. 
Gheesling, S. E. 
Ghingold, N. 
Ghitter, I. 
Gibbs, J. T. 
Glisson, A. 
Grammar, B. W. 



Graybill, C. A. 
Greene, J. J. 
Greer, P. H. 
Guill, J. C. 
Guillebeau, R. A. 
Hadwin, J. F. 
Haw, H. R. 
Hanchey,, W. J. 
Harmon, W. C. 
Havird, L. B. 
Herrington, J. D. 
Hopkins, M. J. 
Home, R. J. 
Howard, F. G. 
Howard, C. R. 
Huguley, W. G. 
Hunter, R. M. 
Ivey, C. E. 
James, J. C. 
Jenkins, C. R. 
Johnson, G. W. 
Johnson, J. F. 



Johnson, C. H. 
Jones, R. H. 
Kcllv, R. J. 
Kemp, D. E. 
Knotts, T. M. 
Lcc, R. A. 
Lewis, R. L. 
Lord, H. W. 
Luni, W. 
Marks, E. D. 
Mathews, G. W. 
Mathews, P. R. 
McDonald, E. J. 
McDonald, R.B. 
McGahec, A. S. 
McNulty, M. F. 
Merlins, H. B. 
Miller, R. W. 
Morris, H. J. 
MuUins, W. B. 



Murphy, J. F. 
Murphy, P. W. 
Neelands, C. H. 
Nelson, W. B. 
Newsome, J. C. 
Newsomc.J. L. 
Nicholas, C. 
Norvell. J. F. 
O'Daniel, J. E. 
Oellerich, H. J. 
Padgett, E. E. 
Padgett, R. 1. 
Parrish, T. L. 
Parsons, W. N. 
Parrish, R. E. 
Pender, J. B. 
Penland, J. W. 
Pinder, R. S. 
Powers, P. E. 
Prescott, R. E. 



Price, H, C. 
Pippin, C. A. 
Porter, E. L. 
Purcell, G, M. 
Pvle, J. E. 
Reed, R. H. 
Reese. J. E. 
Rhodes, R. E. 
Rhodes, T. W. 
Rivers, H. E. 
Roberts, B. B. 
Roberts, M. B. 
Rose, W. H. 
Rouse, R. L. 
Rufo, R. L. 
Scott, R. M. 
Simowitz, M. J. 
Smith, J. O. 
Spears, P. M. 
Still, R. M, 



Stirewalt, H. L. 
Suddath, L. M. 
Sumner, G. T. 
Talley, J. L, 
Thomas, J. W. 
Timmerman, H. B. 
Vcrdery, A. B. 
Waagner, C. R. 
Walker, C. A. 
Walker, R. C. 
Wall, B. C. 
Weathers, C. T. 
Weathers, R. C. 
Wiggins, S. L. 
Williams, E. A. 
Wingrove, W. L. 
Wong, J. 
Wong, R. 
Young, K. M. 







1i^. 



Class Of 1950 



Adkins, E. E. 
Amerson, J. W. 
Anderson, B. C. 
Anderson, R. L. 
Anderson, W. A. 
Applewhite, J. M 
Archer, D. R. 
Babbitt, F. B. 
Baggott, E. A. 
Barficld, T. E. 
Barinowski, C. 
Barnes. W. R. 
Barrow, R. I. 
Bennett, A. 
Benson, R. M. 
Benson, O. M. 
Bern , D. A. 
Beri-\-. W. M. 
Bethune, C. W. 
Boadrman, L. 
Boatwright, J. 
Bodie, J. A. 
Bolton, E. H. 
Bostick, G. M. 
Bowick, L. A. 
Bovd, M. E. 
Bradford, N. V. 
Bridges, R. F. 
Broadwater, W 
Burch.J. D. 
Burgainy, B. D. 
Cannadv, V. 



H. 



Carlton, R. S. 

Carr, H. V. 

Cason, W. A. 

Chance, F. E. 

Chavous, H. B. 

Cheeks, D. E. 

Clark, C. H. 

Clary, H. F. 

Cloud, J. H. 

Cliatt, H. I. 

Coats, T. R. 

Cohem, J. F. 

Cook, C. D. 

Cook, J. L. 

Cooper, C. N. 

Cooper, J. L. 

Culpepper, P. E. 
VC^ulpepper, R. B. 
\)alev,W. J. 

Daniel, C. J. 

Davis, L. M. 

Da\ is, P. W. 

Dodgen, J. 

Dvches, R. D. 

Ebbets, C. C. 

Edelstein, D. J. 

Edenfield, M. E. 

Eidson, E. F. 

Elliott, S. H. 

Eubanks, R. G. 

Eubanks, E. C. 

Evans, W. H. 



Fender, R. H. 
Foster, P. D. 
Fong, W. 
Ford, J. F. 
Ford, R. K. 
Fouche, S. A. 
Gauldin, H. S. 
Gay, W. 
Gibbs, I. P. 
Glenn, F. M. 
Griffen, R. E. 
Groover, E. D. 
Grebbs, J. F. 
Hair, P. G. 
Hall.D. P. 
Hardawav, J. D, 
Hardv, W. A. 
Hardy, H. F. 
Harrison, J. C. 
Havron, J. B. 
Hawk, M. E. 
Havnie, R, S. 
Haeth, H. C. 
Heath, T. M. 
Hedrick. K. E. 
Hcndrix, D. D. 
Hensley, J. A. 
Henslev, J. E. 
Herndon.T. H. 
Hensley, O. C. 
Higginbotham, P. 
Hill, E. T. 



Hunter, J. D. 
Hill, W. M. 
Holland, R. A. 
Holsenback, C. W. 
Holsenback, W. A. 
Hoover, J. M. 
Howard, H. G. 
Hughes, R. C. 
Hughes, Q. H. 
Huson, G. G. 
Hundlev, W. A. 
Huntley, R. D. 
Huvck, A. W. 
Irby, R. G. 
James, C. L. 
Jarrett, C. E, 
Jenkins, D. P. 
Jesten.R. E. 
Johns, R. O. 
Joe, H. 

Johnson, J. M. 
Johnson, G. C. 
Jones, J. W. 
Jones. J. J. 
Jones, R. C. 
Jones, E. E. 
Jordan, R. G. 
Kellev, W. R. 
Kelly. G. M. 
Kirkendahl, M. 
Kuglar, E. C. 











Lamar, W. W. 
Lamb, R. M. 
Lancaster, E. L, 
Langley, J. 
Lanier, H. 
Lass, L. B. 
Lee, F. L. 
Leonard, M. P. 
Lewis, R. G. 
Logan, 1. M. 
Long, D. J. 
Lord, W. H. 
Lutes, C. 
Marsh, G. C. 
Marsh, T. W. 
Martin, J. J. 
Mathews, E. W. 
Mathis, T. 
Maxwell, W. T. 
May, T. C. 
May, J. M. 
Meadows, W. D. 
Mvers, S. E. 
McDonald, C. E. 
Miller, R, L, 
Mitchell, B. M. 
Mitchell, G. H. 
Mitchell, J. E. 
Moore, W. M. 
Mulherin, A. J. 
MacMurphy, C. B. 
McDaniel, M. F. 
McLean, P. G. 



Nelson, C. E. 
Nelson, S. G. 
Nelson, S. J. 
Newman, J. H. 
Ogden. L. L. 
Oglesby, L W. 
Otwell, V. 
Ivercash, C. E. 
Overstreet, W. L. 
Owens, J. C. 
Painter, W. 
Pate, S. P. 
Patrick, J. E. 
Pcnn, J. E. 
Pennington, A. J. 
Pennington, B. 
Pennington , C. E. 
Phillips, J. L. 
Philpot, W. K, 
PiKggi, F. 
Plavford, D. L. 
Poliock, J. F. 
Poteet, J. E. 
Powell, E. 
Powell, H. C. 
Powell, R. H. 
Powers, W. B. 
Prather, J. 
Reese, J. G. 
Reid, T. M. 
Reid, C. L. 
Rennison, T. H. 
Reynolds, J. E. 



Reiser, A. 
Robertson, J. R. 
Rogers, J. A. 
Rollins, F. E. 
Sanders . F, B. 
Sanders, G. E. 
Sanders, T. L. 
Saxon, H. W. 
Scoggins, J. H. 
Scoggins, W. R. 
Seats, W. C. 
Sears, M. H. 
Sheflall, G. T. 
Sherman, H. C. 
Simkins, R. H. 
Simon, L. S. 
Simon, P. 
Simon. T. C. 
Sizemore, P. E. 
Smith, D. R. 
Smith, J. W. 
Smith, M. S. 
Smith, W. L. 
Spence, C. L. 
Spivey, R. R. 
Steinberg,, S. 
Stevens, J. S. 
Stewart, C. M. 
Stewart, J. D. 
Stewart, J. N. 
Storey, L. C. 
Streeter, G. H. 



Teague, L. B. 
Thomas, C. N. 
Thomas, G. W. 
Thompson, T. H. 
Thompson, W. W. 
Thompkins, S. M. 
Towns. W. E. 
Trimmier, N. P 
Tudor, R. L. 
Tcuten, A. A. 
Walker. H. M. 
Walker, L. B. 
Watkins, D. A. 
Welch, D. J. 
Whatley.O. B. 
Wheatlev, T. W. 
Whittle, J. E. 
Williams, D. C. 
Williams, D. B. 
Williams, T. S. 
Williamson, M. L. 
Willis, J. J. 
Willis, R.C. 
Wong, L. 
Wool R. 
Woodward, E. 
Woodward, W. R. 
Wren, E. 
Wren, W. C. 
Wright, G. C. 
Wylds, J. W. 
Young, E. L. 



Class Of 1951 




Adams, H. F. 


Bohler, K. L. 


Cobb, C. H. 


Fisher, R. C. 


Adams, R. W. 


Bowman, C. D. 


Chavous, J. L. 


Fleming, F. W. 


Agerton, J. A. 


Bovd, E. L. 


Cooper, T. J. 


Flvthe. S. S. Jr. 


Akins, J. P. 


Bovd, J. 


Corlev, J. F. 


Ford, D. R. 


Alford, S. T. 


Brandon, E. W. 


Corlev, W. H. 


Forrester. R. A. 


Allen, E. C. 


Bridges, J. L. 


Carn, W. C. 


Fulcher, W. M. Jr 


Allen, L. D. 


Bridges, W. D. 


Cawley, J. W. 


Gav, T. K. 


Anderson, H. T. 


Brown, A. L. 


Covington, H. .\. 


Geddings, J. G. 


Anderson, O. T. 


Brown, E. J. 


Curry,"R. 


Gibbs, R. W. 


Anderson, R. A. 


Brown, R. 


Davis, M. A. 


Gibson, H. F. 


Andrews, N. B. 


Browning, R. N. 


Davis, L. P. 


Gillion, P. 


Arndt, H. C. 


Buck, C. F. 


Davis, K. A. 


Ginn, R. E. 


Ashlev, B. R. 


Buck, R. W. 


Davis, L. N. 


Goodwin T. W. 


Atkins, G. B. 


Buck, T. F. 


Duncan, T. O. 


Gray, A. E. 


Autrv, N. Mc. 


Bugg, J. R. 


Darnell, A. L. 


Green, F. C. Jr. 


Bagley, C. F. 


Burkhalter, A. 


Davis, C. E. 


Green, G. B. 


Babbitt , E. L. 


Cadle. B. G. 


Dean, H. B. 


Green, T. V. 


Babbitt, J. S. 


Cato, B. L. 


Dilegge, R. L. 


Greenblat, N. 


Bailie, W. G. 


Cauthcn, H. T. 


Dorn, S. E. 


Greenburg, M. 


Baker, D. O. 


Chalker, W. C. 


Douglass, E. L. 


Grimsley, W. A. 


Banks, B. L. 


Chamberlain, D. 


Douglass, T. G. 


Gurley, V. C. 


Barnes, D.N. 


Chambers, J. L. 


Drake, E. L. 


Ganus, L. 


Barrett, R. F. 


Chavcl.E. R. 


Drummond, E. L. 


Hanlev, J. O. 


Bean, F. C. 


Chavous, J. I. 


nudlcv,R. C. 


Hall, j. E. 


Bell, D. B. 


Cheescborough, F. W. 


Duncan, S. M. 


Harelik, A. E. 


Bannett, B. J. 


Cholakis, F. C. 


Dunn, S. C. 


Hamond, E. J. 


Belts. H. 


Clark, O. L. 


Durden, T. L. 


Harrell, V. R. 


Belts, J. R. 


Clark, R. M. 


Durham, L, E. 


Hatcher, J. P. Jr. 


Balkcum, R. 


Clvde, T. E. 


Dve, W.N. 


Hardin, F. M. 


Black, R. 


Cochran, R. O. 


Doggette, G. L. 


Helmlv, E. C. 


Blanchard, O. C. 


Cohen, A. M. 


Edgar, J. 


Hemrick, W. T. 


Bland, W. C. 


Cole, R. F. 


Edwards, E. R. 


Hitt, B. W. 


Bloodworth, M. H. 


Cook, C. C. 


F.lliott, B. L. 


Hixon, R. L. 


Boles, C. K. 


Cook, D. 


Eubanks, W. B. 


Hodges, J. C. 


Bolton. H. C. 


Cook, W. C. Jr. 


Eubanks, W. E. 


Holden, J. W. 


Boose, E. W. 


Cawley, J. K. 


Faulk, C. R. 


Hardaway, R. D. 



Hoover, H. B. 
Home, R. T. 
Hornc, W. F. 
Howard, C. 
Huff,R. G. 
Huffman, C. T 
Hughes, B. W. 
Hughes, H. 
Hughes, J. S. 
Hurt, A. E. 
Hutchinson, F. 
Hyman, R. A. 
Ivey, D. 
James, C. R. 
Jarrett, C. E. 
Jeffcoat, L. 
Joe, W. 
Johns, E. T. 
Johnson , J. S. 
Johnson, F. 
Johnson, E. 
Jones, A. R. Jr. 
Jones, J. G. 
Jones, J. G. 
Jordon, J. B. Jr. 
Jump, R. G. 
Kahrs, W. D. 
Karcsh, S. R. 
Kent, L. 

Kilpatrick, Z. M, 
King, D. M. 
King, D. L. 
Kirkendahl, C. 
Kitchens, M. L. 
Kneece, J. A. 



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Lamar, H. B. 
Lazcnbv, R. J. 
Lcaptrotte, J. M. 
Lee, n.C. 
Lee, W. M. 
Lecdham R. K. 
Lewis, H. W. 
Livrlv, A. B. 
Little. R. L. 
Lord, E. W. 
Mack, B. T. 
Mallard, M. W. 

Malonc, R. W. 

Maloncy, G. R. 

Maratos, B. 

Marcum, P. E. 

Mason, R. W. 

Matthews, R. F. 

Melton, W. R. 

Miller, W. F. 

Miller, H. W. 

Mills, W. 

Mixon, J. W. 

Mock, R. L. 

Moore, T. R. 

Moorman J. H. 

Morris, J. W. 

Morris, W. L. 

Morris, W. S. Ill 

Mowerv, A. L. 

Mulherin, W. B. 

Murphy, C. A. 

McCorkle, D. E. 

McCormack, B. J. 

McCrarv, W. L. Jr. 

McCov, R. 

McGahee, O. O. Jr. 

McKee, C. A. 



McKcIIer, J. W. 
McKenney, W. R. 
Newman, R. 
Nolan, R, E. 
Odom, M. E. 
Oelesbv, H. T. 
Padgett, O. S. 
Parhani, J. K. 
Patterson, J. E. 
Peebles, W. F. 
Philipps, T. 
Phillipps, F. R. 
Playford, R. L. 
Poppel, J. C. 
Poss. R. E. 
Powell, R. J. 
Powell, J. F. 
Powledge, W. F. 
Price, J. 
Prince, L. K. 
Pritchard, J. E. 
Quinn, W. 
Rabun, H. E. 
Rawls, W. D. 
Readdv, E. 
Redd, W. F. 
Reader, L. F. 
Reese, E. 
Reid.R. J. 
Rcviile, L. E. 
Rhodes, G. W. 
Rhodes, H. J. 
Rhodes, G. 
Rice, L 
Rilev, R. W. 
Riley, R. S. 
Rhodes, S. 
Rinker, E. W. 



Rollins, R. G. 
Rooks, D. G. 
Rosier, H. G. 
Rosier, T. C. 
Rowland, J. E. 
Rowland, H. T. 
Rufo, NT, 
Russell, R. Q. 
Savage, R. H. 
Scarborough, E. W. 
Schnieder, H. B. 
Scott, J. L. 
Seiffert, D. P. 
Sharpton, W. J. 
Shephard, B. W. 
Shepherd, E. A. 

Shirey, J. H. 

Sikes, W. S. 

Sanders, J. 

Simon, H. F. 

Sims, J. O. 

Sims, J. J. 

Siskins, M. M. 

Siblert, M. N. 

Smith, B. E. 

Smith, L. 

Spires, T. S. 

Spivey, B. 

Stanford, T. 

Stephens, J. W. 

Stewart, T. C. 

Storey, A. 

Stowell.E. H. 

Strother, C. B. 

Sturges, R. S. 

Summer, B. J. 

Sweeney, G. W. 

Swint, S. H. 



Tankcrslcy, A. L. 
Thigpen, J. S. 
ThoMias, J. 
Ihompson, O. R. 
Thurmond, E. 
Tiller, B. 
Townes, E. M. 
Tudor, T. 
Tuten, H, W. 
Wall, C. E. 
Wallace, R.C. 
Waller, J. W. 
Watkins, W. L. 
Watkins, R. E. 
Welsh, G. 
WellmakerJ. M 
West, F. 
Whisnant, C. 
Whittle, M. 
Widener, B. 
Widener, J. 
Williams, L. O. 
Williams, A. 
Williams, B. B. 
Williams, H. L. 
Wilson, A. 
Woodward, M. W. 
Woodward, H. 
Woodward, B. 
Wong, E. 
Wooten, L. 
Wright, C, 
Weathersbee, R. 
Young, W. 
Young, J. G. 
Youngsblood, B. 
Witcher.E.R. 
Willingham, J. R. 



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Honor Military Graduate, Clemson 
College, 1943; Graduate, Fort Ben- 
ning Infantry School, 1943; Overseas 
Service 1944-1946, Trinidad, British. 
Dutch and French Guianas, Assigned 
to A.R.C, 1947. 





CHARLES C. THEBAUD 

Captain, Infantry 



LESTER R. PA TRICK 
IVIajor. Cavalry 



A.B. Shurtleff College, .\lton, Illinois, 
1939; Graduate, Fort Bennin.g Infan- 
try School, 1942; Overseas Service, 
1943-1945, Solomon Islands, Dutch 
New Guinea and Philippine Islands; 
Assigned to A.R.C. 1946. 



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Graduate, Fort Benning Infantry and 
Parachute Schools, 1942; Overseas 
Service, North Africa, Sicily, Italy, 
France and Germany. Assigned to 
A. R. C. 1947. 




MICHAEL M. SWEENEY 
1st Lieutenant, Paratroops 




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1st. Sgt. S. P. Heuser 



T Sgt. F. L. Mooney 



S/Sgt. C. W. Clark 



T/'Sgt. C. E. Martin 



T/Sgt. C. W. Tullv 



The Regimental Staff 

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Colonel Henrv M. Whitehead Regimental Commander 

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Miss Christine Heard Sponsor 

Lt. Col. William L. Herndon _ Executive Officer -^ j- ^» f i 

Miss Barbara Bassford Sponsor ' 

Capt. Julian T. Moody Regimental Provisions Officer 

Miss Kitt\- Sil5le\- Sponsor 1^ 

Captain Dabny C. Graybill Regimental Adjutant 

Miss Mary Rhcney Sponsor 

Captain Clarence S. Muns Jlegimental Supply Officer 

Miss Man' Sleister _ _ Sponsor 

Capt. Walter R. Barfield Regimental Personnel Officer 

Miss Jewel Crawford Sponsor 

1st Lieutenant Milton B. Satcher. Assistant Supply Officer 

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Lt. Colonel Ernest E. Pund _ 1st Battalion Commander 

Miss Ann Goolsby Sponsor 

Major William J. Beale _ Executive Officer 

Miss Mildred Hooper _ Sponsor 

Captain Walter J. Devaney. Adjutant 

Miss Joanne Brown _ _ Sponsor 



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Captain 
Thomas R. Kirkland 



Sponsor 
Miss Ann Carter Burdell 



1st Lt. 
George G. Sale 



2nd Lt. 
William L. Maden, Jr. 







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Company B 






Captain 
Arno W. Corlev 



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Miss Beth Wilcox 



1st Lt. 
Ronnie S. Barksdale 



2nd Lt. 
Charles T. Rucker 




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Company C 





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Captain 
Derwent Langley, Jr. 



Sponsor 
Miss Elizabeth Parrish 



2nd Lt. 
Har\ev R. Holmes 



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Lt. Col. William H. Fk-ming 1st liattalimi Cunimander 

Miss Joan Castleberry Sponsor 

Major Thomas Clayton Executive Officer 

Miss Peggy Peabody Sponsor 

Captain Conrad McGahee Adjutant 

Miss Teckla Stelling _ Sponsor 




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Captain 
Pierce G. Perry 



Sponsor 
Miss Mary McDonald 



1st Lt. 
Joseph P. Bailey 



2nd Lt. 
Jamie W. Swain 







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Company F 




Captain 
Edward C. Cole 



Sponsor 
Miss Jeanne Satcher 







1st Lt. 
James W. Talbert 



2nd Lt. 
James M. Proctor 




FIRST PLATOON 




SECOND PLATOON 



Company G 





Captain 
Gaston D. Brown 



Sponsor 
Miss Bettv Scott 



1st Lt. 
Philip L. Marlowe 



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Second Battalion Formations 




COMPANY E 




COMPANY F 




COMPANY G 



Third Battalion Staff 







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Major Norman C. Moseley- 
Miss Pegg\- Meads _ _ 



Captain Robert H. Whitaker.. 

Miss Mary Whitaker 

Captain Jack \V. Newton 

Miss Benita Phinizy 



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..3rd Battalion Commander 
Sponsor 



-Executive Officer 

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Adjutant 

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Headquarters Company 




1st Lt. 
Thomas M. Knotts 




Sponsor 
Miss Peggy Sherman 



2nd Lt. 
William B. Raines 



2nd Lt. 
.John S. Coleman, Jr. 



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SECOND PLATOON 



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1st Lt. 
James S. Livingston 



Sponsor 
Miss Martha Jordan 



2nd Lt. 
Richard B. Edwards 



2nd Lt. 
Tonv M. Allen 




FIRST PLATOON 




SECOND PLATOON 



Company K 




1st Lieutenant 
Paul E. Smith 



Sponsor 
Miss Jacquelyn Waddy 







2nd Lieutenant 
Thomas W. Hagler, Jr. 



2nd Lieutenant 
Willis A. Godowns 




FIRST PLATOON 




SECOND PLATOON 



Company L 



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1st Lieutenant 
Karl F. Suhr 



Sponsor 
Miss Susan Hemstrcct 




FIRST PLATOON 




SECOND PLATOON 



Company M 




1st Lieutenant 
Herman S. Oellerich 



Sponsor 
Miss Bettv Blanchard 



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2nd Lieutenant 
James L. Lester 



2nd Lieutenant 
Carl T. Darbv 






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THE 3RD BATTALION STAFF 



THE 2ND BATTALION STAFF 




Left to Right: Col. Clarence Cohen. John Fleming. Ann Carter Burdell 

The Scruggs Memorial Sabre 

The J. Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre is awarded annually by Professor C. A. 
Scruggs in memory of his son, J. B. Scruggs, to the cadet officer at The Academy of 
Richmond County who is outstanding in military and scholastic achievements. To 
be considered for this award a student must show by his deeds that he believes a 
sense of fairplay as essential an attribute as any accomplishments or honors 
he may receive. Since each winner of this award has set an examjile which 
other Academy students may do well to follow, to be the recipient of the 
Scrug-gs Sabre has become an honor second in prestige only to the Sheridan 
Sabre. 



Previous winners of this award have been: 



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1943 William Reiser 

1944 John Cochrane 

1945 Bobby Usry 

1946 Sewell Camp 

1947 ]ahn F"leming 



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The Sheridan Memorial Sabre 

The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an award made annually by the Reser\'e Officers Associa- 
tion to the cadet officer of the R.O.T.C. unit who is judged to be the best soldier. The sabre is awarded in 
memory of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate and star athlete of the academy who lost his life in the 
football uniform of West Point in 1931. 

In order for a cadet to win this sabre, he must be not only an outstanding officer, but also a versatile 
and capable student. Although there are no definite qualifications, custom has established the recipient of this 
sabre as a conscientious student, a proficient athlete and a class leader. The most conspicuous similarity be- 
tween the various boys who have won this sabre is, however, their character. Without exception these students 
have been first and foremost gentlemen. Thus the Sheridan Sabre has come to be the most coveted award 
made to anv Richmond Academv student. 



Winners of the Sher 


idan Sa 


bre in the past 


have 


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as follows: 


1933 Frank Burnley 


1937 


Harry Mobley 




1941 


Walter Reiser 


1934 Jackie Stephens 


1938 


John Hains 




1942 


Harold Engler 


193.T borroh Nawell 


1939 


Jones Epps 




1943 


Shealy Reiser 


1936 Alex Doremus 


1940 


Alfred Battev 




1944 


William Reiser 



1945 Jack Banks 

1946 Ivan Parker 

1947 Barry Blemker 



The Richmond Academy Band 




Captain Leon Roy Frierson 



Miss Jrnn Mays 
Sponsor 



The Kichniiind Academy '.:'.' (\ the state cham])i(ins 
and one of the l^est marching hands in the country, 
has Ijegun this year \vith their same high standards. 
Having completed a most successful season marked 
by numerous appearances in parades and at football 
games, the "Muscadets'', \vho are well known for 
their fancy marching, climaxed a busy year by us- 
ing their marching ability to win first places in 
marching and baton twirling against formidable 
oppositi<ni from other Georgia bands. 



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George T. Bennett 
Director 



Captain Bobby M. Benson 
Drum Major 



Miss Ann Burgamy 
Sponsor 








MEMBERS 






Aldridge, Landon 


Cook, Henrv 


Johnston, Carl 


Murphy, Jack 


Rouse, Robert 


Baker, Donald 


Dozier, William 


Jordon, Robert 


Murphy, Paul 


Rozier, Thomas 


Barnes, David 


Gay, Thurmond 


Lee, Robert 


Melton, Robert 


Smith, Robert 


Beattie, Robert 


Glenn, Fred 


Leonard, Marvin 


Newman, Jimmy 


Tudor, Robert 


Benson, Bobby 


Hedrick, Kenneth 


McMurphey, Charles 


Ogden,, Lynn 


Walker, Charles 


Bohler, Harry 


Hensley, Omer 


Malone, Rufus 


Porter, Eliiott 


Welch, Donald 


Bridges. Robert 


Johnson, Johnnie 


Mowery, Alfred 


Purcell, George 


Wheatlev, Thomas 


Bush, Raymond 






Rivers, Harold 


Wong, Jack 



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The A. R. C. Rifle Team 

1947 G.I.A.A. Champions 



Tom Hagler. President 

Paul Smith Team Captain 

Arno Corley...... _ _ Vice President 

Robert Humphries _ Treasurer 

Milton Williamson _ Manager 

Sgt. C. W. Tully _..... Coach 



Members 



Standing — Sgt. Tully, Smith. Reynolds 
Kneeling — Hagler, Corley. Evans 



Bruz Boardman 
Herbert Bryant 
Arno Corley 
Herbert Elliott 



Billy Evans 
lorn Hagler 
Lloyd Havrid 
Chick James 



Billy Judy 
Gene Kelly 
Billy Maxwell 
Roger Miller 



Harrv Sherman 
Rov Simkins 
Paul Smith 




The 1947 Rifle Team had a highly successful season. During the course of the year they won all of 
their shoulder-shoulder matches, including the GIAA Championship meet. Since Sgt. Tully took charge of 
the team it has consistently been among the top-flight units in this area. This year the team was built around 
only three lettermen. The rifle team won third place in the jrd .'\rmy Area competition for the Hearst Trophy. 
The three lettermen of this year's team, Tom Haigler, Paul Smith, and Arno Corley have won the coveted 
Distinguished Rifleman's Medal, the highest award made to any Junior rifleman. 



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Athletic Director and Head Football Coach 



FOOTBALL 




Frank Inman 

Basketball Coach 

Asst. Football Coach 



W. L. Maden 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Langston Bolton 

Track Coach 

"B" Varsity Football Coach 






BILL^ HKALh 

All-GIAA Team, 

Regional Honorable 

Mention 



JAMES COOPER -CAP TAIN 

All GIAA, All Regional Team 

All Southern, Leading GIAA 

Scorer. Winner Elks Most 

Valuable Player Award. 

Winner Friedman Trophy 



lOM .MLRPH^- ALL CAP 1 ALN 
Regional Honorable Mention 



In their opening game of the season the Cadets stomped Elberton's Blue Devils by a 25-0 count. Jimmy Cooper, who scored three 
touchdowns, was outstanding for the Cadets. Derwcnt Langley also scored for the victors. 

In their next game the Musketeers defeated the North Augusta Yellow Jackets to the tune of 32-7. The Musketeers scored at will 
as Cooper again led the team to victory. Tom Murphy and Frank Sanders stood out on the line for the Cadets. 

The next week, the Musketeers journeyed to Charleston and battled the heavier Charleston Bantams to a bruising 0-0 tie. Dur- 
ing the second half the Cadets drove to the Bantam three-yard line but just couldn't push the pigskin over the double stripe. Billy Duna- 
way, Paul Stewart. Tom Murphy and Frank Sanders made a fine showing on the forward wall for the Augustans. 







Derwent Langle\" 

All-GIAA 2nd Team. 

Regional Honorable 

Mention 



Jack Dodgcn 
All-GIAA 2nd Team. 
.All Regional 



Bobbv Graham 

Regional Honorable 

Mention 



P. C. Pe 



lomniv Kirkland 

Aim Regional. 

Winner of Friedman 

Trophv 



Billv Diinaway 

GLA.\ Honorable 

Mention. 

Regional Honorable 

Mention 







1st Row — HiiTiiinoi k, MiiNnu, Marlowe, Hcnsley, Glisson, Huguley, Madoii. 

2nd Row — Ni-wton, Tobin, Lirhfnstein, Walker, Dunaway, Langlev, Towns, Riee. 

3rd Row — Dodgen, Proctor. Jones. Waagner, Hogan, Lester. Whaley. Hightowei , Kirkland. 

4th Row — Beale, Rhodes, Kinard, Sanders, Cooper, Murphy, Perry, Graham. 

With Billy Beale shifting to fullback, the Richmond Cadets swamped Bass High of Atlanta for their first G.I. A. A. victory. Billy Beale, 
Dink Hensley and Bobby Walker carried the ball for touchdowns for the Cadets. At the end, the tally was in Richmond's favor, 32-0. 

On the next week-end, Billy Beale's passing to P. G. Perry and Frank Tobin clicked and set up both markers as the Cadets beat 
Jordon High of Columbus with Cooper and Hensley scoring for them. The game, which was played in the rain, saw numerous fumbles. At 
the end, the Cadets were on the long end of the score, 14-0. 

In their sixth game of the season the Musketeers traveled to Columbus supported by a large delegation of A.R.C. students to take 
on the Columbus High Blue Devils and returned to Augusta with a 19-7victory. Blue Devils scored first, with Magoni and Flennikcn doing 
the running for them. After the half the Cadets cam.e back strong and were soon very much in the game. The Musketeers turned on the 
heat and scored three touchdowns as Billy Beale. Jimmy Cooper and Derwent Langley tallied. 

The following week the Musketeers were hosts to the Trojans of Athens High. The Cadets overwhelmed the Trojans on a rainsoaked 
field by a count of 45-0. Cooper, Beale, Brigham and Langley hit pay dirt for the Cadets. The Athenians launched a scoring drive 
late in the game but failed to make a touchdown when Brigham overtook Nate Williams and pulled him down on the eleven-yard 
line. The Cadets piled up 400 yards rushing to 36 yards for the Trojans. 

On Hallowe'en, the Cadets entertained Lanier High's Poets. These two rivals, who were very evenly matched, played a hard fought 
game that ended in a scoreless tie. The Cadets had numerous scoring opportunities but due to fumbles were never able to make a tally. 
The Maconites threatened only once when they moved to Richmond's ten-yard line, but the Cadet blockade held and Richmond took over 
on downs. James Cooper again showed his superb running abilities, but was never able to get loo.se long enough to score. 




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Managers — Buck Brown, Jack Newton, James Livingston 

For the first time during the season the Cadets went into the game as heavy 
favorites, to defeat O'Kecfe High of Atlanta. Billy Beale's passes to Dodgen, Hens- 
ley and Perry resulted in touchdowns. Jimmy Cooper, Harvie "Red" Hogan, and 
Billy Beale scored for the Cadets. The mark at the final whistle was 39-0. 

The next Friday evening the Cadets journeyed to Savannah to take on Savan- 
nah High's Blue Jackets for the District 2 Championship. Around 400 students 
made the trip to Savannah for the game. In the first half the Musketeers were 
unable to take the offensive as Savannah had possession of the ball most of 
the time. Just before the half ended the Blue Jackets launched a scoring drive and 
brought the ball down to Richmond's 14-yard line. On the next play Wylie Griffin 
plunged over the double stripe for the tally. The second half was a difTerent story 
and in the third quarter Jimmy Cooper scampered over from the Blue Jackets 27- 
yard line for the Cadets' first "TD." The try for the extra point failed and the 
Cadets were behind with the score 7-6. In the last quarter Beale threw Dodgen a 
desperate pass for another touchdown, which meant victory for the Cadets. The 
final reading was 13-7 in favor of the Musketeers. 

On a bright Thanksgiving day, a capacity crowd turned out to see who would 
win the city football championship between the Richmond Academy Cadets and 
Catholic High Shamrocks. Both teams got off to a slow start and neither threatened 
his opponents' goal. After the half the Cadets came back strong and Dink Hensley 
scored early in the third quarter. During the fourth quarter the Shamrocks were 
able to push across their lone tally of the game. The Cadets again came back to 
score and this time it was Beale who made the touchdown that assured them of 
victory. The game ended with the score again 13-7. 

For their next game the Musketeers journeyed to Rome to take on the Rome 
High Hilltoppcrs for the semi-final Regional playoff. The Cadets played a brilliant 
game, completely routing the Hilltoppers, 27-0. Richmond's first "TD" came when 
Walker recovered a Rome fumble on the Rome 38-yard line. About five plays later 




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Cooper scored the first touchdown for the Cadets. On the first 
play after the kickoff Beale intercepted a pass and returned it to 
the Rome eleven-yard line. Two plays later Beale scored the sec- 
ond Richmond tally of the game. Later in the game Rome was 
forced to punt and Jimmy Cooper took it on his own twenty-five 
yard line and brilliantly raced 75 yards to score. The last touch- 
down came when Marlowe recovered a fumble and Beale passed 
to Dodgen for the la.st tally. The final score was 27-0. This win 
gave the Musketeers the right to play Lanier for the G.LA.A. 
championship. 

On December 13, with both teams playing their 13th game of 
the season, Richmond played Lanier High's Poets again for the 
G.LA.A. crown and a bid to the Peanut Bowl at stake. This 
"muddy struggle" was played at the Cadet stadium on a wet, 
soggy field. Both teams battled hard and the game ended in a 6-6 
tie. The Poets were given the victory on a newly formed penetra- 
tion rule. They scored in the first quarter, while Richmond did 
not score until the last two minutes of the game with a 99-yard 
drive. Although the Cadets had only one penetration inside the 
20-yard line to the Poets two, the Musketeers totaled 264 yards 
rushing to Lanier's 143 and made 10 first downs to 6 for the 
Maconites. Jimmy Cooper turned in the most beautiful run of the 
evening when he cut off tackle and sped from his own 40-yard 
line to the Poets' 14-yard line where he was tackled from behind 
by Harvey of Lanier. A few plays later Beale plunged over from 
the six-inch line for the score. In view of the statistics many 




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Musketeer supporters thought the Cadets proved their superiorit 
throughout the game. 

This was the third undefeated season for the Acadeiny, thi 
other two being in 1929 and 1930. This year was probably thi 
most successful, as the Cadets definitely showed proof that the 
were the licst team m the .state. 




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B" VARSITY FOOTBALL 

The "B" Varsity got off to a slow start this year but gained momentum as the season came to a close. 
The team was coached under the watchful eye of Langston Bolton and his helper, Ivan Parker. In most of 
their games the boys were greatly outweighed. The schedule for the year was as follows: 



"B" Varsity — Warrenton 

"B" Varsity — Millen 19 

"B" Varsity — Allendale 18 

"B" Varsity 6 — Fountain Inn 12 



-B" Varsity — McCcrmick 19 "B"' Varsity 20- 

''B'' Varsity — Louisville 34 "B" Varsity 14- 

"B" Varsity 19 — Langley-Bath 26 
"B" Varsity 34 — Olar 19 



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1st Row — Padgett, Dnw, Wong, Smith, Baggott, Rollins, Jrstri 

2nd Row — Fouche, Hunter, Weathers, Edenfield, Allen, James, Overstreet, Hair, Cooper. 
3rd Row — Summer, Feese, O'Daniel, Edwards, Rhodes, Reynolds, Carter, Youngblooy. 
4th Row — Lanier, MacMurphy, Wall, Mitchell, Verden,-, Rabun, Reed, (Oellerich, Chnce. 



Richmond Academy Basketball 




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TOMMY CROFT 
Captain 




Kneeling — Freeman, Corlev, Thompson, Dunaway, Weathers, Huguley. 
Standing — Croft, Beale, Towns, O'Daniel, Suddath, Dalev, Raines, Barksdale, Manager. Absent; Kirkland. Dodgen. 




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The Richmond "C" Varsity had a very success- 
ful season under Coach Harry Parrish this year. 
The team won the Y. M. C. A. league champion- 
ship and the Y. M. H. A. Tournament champion- 
ship. The cadets entered the Southern "Y" Tour- 
ney in Atlanta only to be defeated in the first 
round of play. 




"B" VARSITY 

Kneeling — McCoy, Padgett, Greer 

Standing — Lewis, Knotts, Baker 




1st Row — Hcindon, Stircwalt, Smith, Hall, Douglass. i ; 

2nd Row — Fulcher, Harelik, Gibson, Pate, A. Davis, Widnei, Hixon, K. Davis. 



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J. C. A Alpha Kappa Kappa 

J. C. A Theta Kappa Phi 

J. C. A Georgia Sporting Goods 

J. C. A V. F. W. 

J. C. A Phi Rho Sigma 

J. C. A National Guard 

J. C. A Brewton Parker 

J. C. A...,..,. -. Savannah C. Y. P. A. 

J. C. A Georgia Freshman 

J. C. A Camp Gordon 

J. C. A Oliver General Hospital 



ROY ROLLINS 

Coach 




CURTIS LUCKEY 




Tom Clayton 



Bill Tallent 



Roy Rogers 




Marvin Cribb 



Ed Doisev 



Charles Hoopper 




Kneeling — Clayton, Luckev, Tallent 
Standing — Hoopper. Cribb. Dorsey. Rogers 



J.C.A. Girls' Basketball 




J.C.A. Girls Basketball Schedule 



Y. M. C. A. INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE 
SCHEDULE: 



J. C. A. 
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J. C. A. 
J. C. A_ 
J. C. A. 
J. C. A_ 
J. C. A_ 
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Nurses 



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_V. F. W. 




Left to Right — Helen Hoffman, Beverly Rhodes, Hilda Long, Mar>- Georgia Kouniree. Elizabeth Hoffman, 
Norma Swan, Janice Weathers, Dorothy Rosier, Jane Marriott, Anne Heslen 



The Richmond Academy Golf Team 





Left to Right: John Coleman, Billy Parsons, Firming NoivcU, Gene Marks, L 

Although this year's team has only one 
holdover, they have good chances of de- 
veloping a good team. John Coleman, the 
only returning lettcrman from last year's 
strong team, which was runner-up in the 
G.I. A. A., will be out most of the season 
with a cut hand. The teams started prac- 
ticing in February at the country club. 
Billy Parsons, Stewart Wiggins, Gene 
Marks. Larry McCrcary, and Fleming 
Norvcll make up the team. 

SCHEDULE: 

March 25 Lanier — Here 

' . - . .\pril 3 Lanier and Columbus — Macon 

May 1 G.M.A. — Atlanta 

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1st Row — Billy Morris, Jimmy Harrison, Jimmy Havron 

2nd Row — John Logan, Butch Mulherin, Billy Berry, Charles Jarrett, Georsje Marsh, Clarence Barinowski 

3rd Row — Thurston Thompson, Lawrence Kulp, Emil Barinowski, Edgar Richardson, Batchelor Flythe, Mickey Satcher 




Richmond has an excellent swimming- team but 
through a lack of high school competition in this 
area, has not been able to arrange many meets. 
Under the able guidance of Mr. C. A. Cooper, many 
boys have developed into fair swimmers. Some of 
the candidates for the team are : Billy Berry, Clar- 
ence Barinowski. Mickey Satcher, Bruz Boardman, 
Herbert Elliott. \\'esley Bonzo, Emil Barinowski, 
and Butch Mulherin. 



SCHEDULE 

May 1 

May 7 & 8_ 



G.M.A Atlanta 

— G.I.A.A. Tournament Athens 



Billy Lange, Bobby Cooper, C. A. Cooper, St., George Crawford, Sgt. Michel Taube 



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Billy Hagler. The Cadets won two and lost three matches last season, but look forward to a better season 
this spring. The rest of the team includes Bob Puder, Righton Robertson, George Baird. and Edgar R.ichardso.n. 



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May 1 GM.A. — .Atlanta 

Mav 7 and 8 G.I. .A. .A. Meet — .Atlanta 




Left to Right: George Baird, Bob Puder, Marvin Carpenter, Edgar Richaidson, Billy Hagler, Tom Hagler, Righton Robertson 



The Varsity Club 




The \"arsity Club, previously called the I'lock "R"' Club, is composed of Richmond Academy students 
who have earned a letter in "A" Varsity sport, but have not yet graduated from the school. The following 
boys are meml^ers in the different sports : 



OFFICERS 

President Billy Dunaway Secretary-Treasurer _Jimmy Lester 

Vice-President -.. Derwent Langley Chaplain Edgar Richardson 



FOOTBALL 

Billv Beale 

Buck Brown, Manager 
Jack Dodsjen 
Billy Dunaway 
Arthur Glisson 
Dink Hensley 
Irvin Hightower 
Hai"vie Hogan 
Gaines Huguley 
Dick Jones 
Henr\- Kinard 
Tommy Kirkland 
Dei"went Langlev 
Jimmy Lester 
Mver Lichenstein 

Tames Li\ineston, Manager 
Bin Maden 
Philip Marlowe 

Tack Newton, Manager 
P. G. Perry 

Timniy Proctor 
Russell Rhodes 
Frank Sanders 
Frank Tobin 

Carl Waagner 



Bobby Walker 
Curtis Whaley 
Paul Stewart 
Marion Rice 
Gene Brigham 
Robert Rabun 
Gene Bowman 

BASKETBALL 

Billv Beale 

Tommy Croft 

Walter Daley 

Jack Dodgen 

Gaines Huguley 

Tommy Kirkland 

Jimmy O'Daniel 

Billy Raines 

Lerov Suddath 

Leslie Townes 

Richard Weathers 

Ronnie Barksdale, Manager 

TRACK 

Gene Brigham 
Derwent Langley 
Billv Beale 



Billv Woodward 



GOLF 

John Coleman 
Gene Marks 



TENNIS 

Marvin Carpenter 
Billv Hagler 
Tom Hagler 
Billv Raines 



SWIMMING 

Clarence Barinowski, Manager 

Emil Barinowski 

Rav Kitchens 

Billv Raines 

Edgar Richardson 

Norman Trimmier 



The Cheerleaders 




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BARBARA BASSFORD 



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Junior College Valedictorian 






WILLIAM DAVIS KELLY 

Richmond Academy Valedictorian 



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MARY BROOME 

Most Popular Sophomore Girl 



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FRANK ANDERSON 
Most Popular Sophomore Boy 




ANN REESE 
Most Popular Freshman Girl 







CHARLIE COOPER 

Most Popular Freshman Boy 



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Best Ail-Round Senior 




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Most Popular Senior 



BILLY BEALE 
Best Senior Athlete 



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Calendar Of Events 



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Here follows a list of the dates of some of the outstanding events and unusual happenings connected with Richmond 
Academy and Junior College, during the past school year — from beginning to end. 

1947 

— - Beginning of fall tcmi 

— - First day of drill, organization of Regiment 

— ROTC Regiment wears uniforms for first time 

— Musketeers overwhelm North Augusta in football as jimmy Cooper scores four touchdowns 

— First Military Parade 

— Class officers elected 

— Cadet officers named for vear, Henry M. Whitehead. Cadet Colonel 

— Total enrollment of .\RC-JCA, reported at 1,402 students 

— Cadet Non-Commissioned officers named for the year 

— Richmond ties its perennial "jinx." the Lanier Poets of Macon, 0-0, in football 

— Annual Beta Club Banquet 

— ARC defeats Savannah High for GIAA Regional Football Championship, 13-7 

— Spider Club first organized 

— Full dress Thanksgiving Parade — invitations extended to civic organizations for first public parade. General 
William E. Brougher takes review. 

— Thanksgiving Holidays begin 

— ARC outscores Catholic High in football, 13-7. Presentation of Phalanx Trophy to winning team. 

— Airport Grill opens, the popular haven and meeting place for ARC and JCA students 

— Richmond Academy ties, but outplays Lanier High 6-6, in playoff game, yet loses GIAA championship on 
minor technicality. Jimmy Cooper receives most valuable player award. 

— ROTC unit inspected by Col. George E. Butler of Ga. M. I. District, and found to be excellent 

— Christmas Parade in honor of Tubman High School 

— The long awaited Christmas holidays begin 

— Sabre Club Dance 

— Tri-Lambda Dance 

1948 

— School "dreadfully" resumes its course 

— Annual Football Banquet 

— The First meeting of "George" 

— 1st Semester Exams begin with much lamentation 

— Pirate Club first organized 

— Exams terminate. First Semester is relievingly over 

— Annual Richmond Hi-Y Banquet 

— Richmond overcomes the "jinx" and defeats Lanier in basketball 

— 2nd School Term commences its course 

— Announcement of Riffe Team placing 3rd in Hearst Trophv Alatches 

— Tri-Lambda-Zeta Rho Football game, Zcta Rho winner, 6-0 
27 — Regional Basketball Tournament held in Augusta. Richmond is runner-up to Savannah 

— GIAA Basketball Tournament held in Savannah. Richmond falters in first round 

— Announcement of Rifle Team placing 2nd in 3rd Army Area Intercollegiate Rifle Matches 

— Parade in honor of Col. James F. Risher, headmaster of Carlisle Military Academy 

— Spring Holidays begin 

— First parade of year downtown, honoring finalists in selection for Honorary Cadet Colonel. First Annual 
ROTC Military Ball held. Ann Carter Burdell chosen Honorary Cadet Colonel, with much approval. Roy 
Cole and his University of North Carolina orchestra furnish music. The dance was a success largely due 
to the generous support of Augusta business men. One of the purposes was to bring abotit a more 
enthusiastic school spirit. 

— And so, after the proverbial blood, sweat, toil, and tears, the completed edition of the "RAINBOW" finally 
goes to press! 

— Annual Spring Training Inspection to determine rating of unit 

— General William E. Brougher — speaker in chapel 

— Confederate Memorial Day Parade 

— F. F. A. Honor Day 

— Prize Drill Night, Final Drill Exercises of Regiment 
1 — Beta Club Convention held in Atlanta 

— Military Banquet 

— GIAA Athletic meets held in Atlanta and Athens 

— 2nd Semester Exams begin 

— Exams are ended ; with much elation ; school is over for another year. 

— Commencement Exercises of Richmond Academy and Junior College; Annual Hop officially ends school 
year. 



September 


2 


September 


8 


September 


17 


September 


20 


September 


23 


September 


26 


September 


29 


October 


1 


October 


16 


October 


31 


November 


13 


November 


14 


November 21 - 


November 


26 


November 


27 


November 


28 


December 


9 


December 


13 


December 


17 


December 


18 


December 


19 


December 


19 


December 


23 


January 


5- 


January 


7- 


January 


9- 


January 


14- 


January 


14- 


January 


21- 


[anuary 


23- 


January 


24- 


January 


26- 


February 


15- 


February 


18- 


February 


25- 


March 4-6 - 


March 


6- 


March 


16- 


March 


25- 


April 


2- 



April 



April 


19-20 


April 


23 


April 


26 


April 


28 


April 


30 


April 


30-May 


May 


1 


May 


7-8 


May 


12 


May 


19 


May 


25 



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Activities 



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The Rainbow Staff 





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J.C.A. 
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Managing Editor 

Associate Editors 



Activities Editors. 



Militar\- Editors. 



.■\thletic Editors... 



Literar\- Editors- 



Art Editors. 



Literary Staff- 
Business Staff- 



D. KELLY 



..Pat .Allison 
-Edgar Richardson 

-Davis Kelly 

-Richard KeUy 
Stuart Ir\-in 
Pat O'Connor 
Constance Miller 
Charlie Cooper 

-Warren Blanchard 
Dawson Teague 
Marian Meiere 
Barbara Bassford 
Willina Etheredge 
Linda .Adams 

..Stuart Irvin 
Winkie Harris 

-Carl Darby 
Marv-in Carpenter 

-Billv Raines 
Sonny McCart>- 
Leonard Cotts 

.. Richard KeUy 
Margaret Ba\Tiard 
William StasTO 
Wallis Mettes 



Faculty Advisers: 

_ Mr. Henry O. Read 

Mr. Charles M. Etheredge 





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ZERVOS 



Business Manager — J.C.A Elizabeth Hoffman 

A.R.C Nick Zervos 

Advertising Manager Billy Hagler 

Assistant Advertising Managers Edna Smoak 

Bobby Rouse 
Emil Barinowski 
Robert Padgett 
Jack Wong 
Lloyd Havird 
John Coleman 
Hugh Lord 

Circulation Manager Warren Blanchard 

Assistant Circulation Managers Harriet Heins 

Joan Higgins 
Janice Weathers 
Clarence Muns 




BLANCHARD 




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The Musketeer Staff 



Editorial Siaff 



Edward Cole _ _ _ ^ - Literar>" Editor 

Arno Corley...... Military Editor 

Everett Leonard _ Managing Editor 

Adra Miller Exchange Editor 





Reporters and Contributors 




Austin, J. A. 






Mever, S. M. 


Bohler, H. N. 






McEIveen, J. M 


Bo%kin, C. C. 






McKellar, T. E. 


Brinklev, C. W. 






Napier. R. E. 


Brown, G. D. 






Pope, T. A. 


Cheney, W. I. 






Powledge, G. M 


Dunawav, W. P. 






Rhodes, R. B. 


Croft, T. W. 






Towns, L. C. 


Hightower, I. E. 






Utley, F. T. 


Kellv, G. L. 






Waters, L. K. 


Kitchen, C. R. 






Wheeler, O. C. 


Lichenstein, M. 


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Walker, C. A. 


Livingston, J. S. 










Mr. 


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Business Staff 

Robert L. Rouse _ - Business Manager 

John S. Coleman Assistant Business Manager 

Advertising Department 

Mickey Satcher. - Advertising Manager 

Davis Kellv _ Assistant Advertising Manager 

Mack McGahee _ Assistant Advertising Manager 

Circulation Department 

Calvin Geer. _ _ _ Circulation Manager 

Edgar Richardson _ Assistant Circulation Manager 

Llovd Havird _.... _ Assistant Circulation Manager 

Carl Darby _ _ - Assistant Circulation Manager 

Mr. B. Roy Smith. _ Faculty Adviser 



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Sabre Club 



OFFICERS 




President 

Vice President- 

Secretary-. 

Treasurer 

Chaplain- 



Faculty Ad\Tsers_ 



Henr>- M. Whitehead 

William H. Fleming 

Ernest E. Pund 

-Dabney C. Graybill 

James L. Lester 

- Maj. Lester R. Patrick 

Capt. Charles C. Thebaud 



The Officers Club of Richmond Academy has 

successfullly put through a most impressive 
project undertaken by any school club this 
year. On April 2. the first Annual Militarj' 
Ball was held at the Municipal Auditorium 
to climax a month of prepartions. The dance 
was a smash success due to the enthusiastic 
efforts of the club's officers and advisers. The 
Sabre Club also sponsored niunerous other 
dances. 



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GRAYBILL 

James S. Livingston 
Conrad W. McGahee 
William L. Maden, Jr. 
Philip L. Marlowe 
Norman C. Moseley 
Clarence L. Muns 
Jack W. Newton 
Herman J. Oellerich 
William R. Owens 
Pierce G. Pern- 
Robert H. Powell 
James M. Proctor 
Ernest E. Pund 
James E. Pyle 
William B. Raines 
Charle= T. Rucker 



MEMBERS 



George G. Sale 
Milton B. Satcher 
Paul E. Smith 
Karl F. Suhr 
Jamie W. Swain 
James W. Talbert 
Robert H. W'hitaker 
Henr\ M. Whitehead 
Tony M. .\llen 
Joseph P. Bailev 
Walter R. Barfield 
Ronnie S. Barksdale 
William J. Beale 
Robert M. Benson 
Gaston D. Brown 
Thomas Clavton 



Edward C. Cole 
John S. Coleman, Jr. 
-Amo W. Corley 
Carl T. Darby 
W'alter J. Devaney 
Richard B. Edwards 
William H. Fleming 
Willis .\. Godowns 
Dabnev C. Gravbill 
Thomas W. Hagler, Jr. 
William L. Herndon 
Thomas R. Kirkland 
Thomas M. Knotts 
Derwent Langley 
James L. Lester 




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President Bill Fleming; T ■•^ J . 

Vice President Mary Broome ^ .^. ^ 

Secretary Pat O'Connor _ 

Treasurer Joe Nixon ^j ^ ^^^ 

Faculty Advisers Mr. J. E. Eubanks ^^HK^^^I 

Mr. N. L. Galloway 
Mr. .J. T. Hains EUBANKS GALLOWAY 

Its position as the governing organization of the student body at 
Richmond Academy, gives to the Student Council and its members 
a position of unrivaled prestige. Each year, with the capable assist- 
ance of its faculty advisers, this organization establishes an imposing 
record of service to the schools it represents. 

With the great aid of Mr. Eubanks, the steps at the Russell Street 
entrance, which were dedicated by last year's Council were con- 
structed. In addition to the annual "Hop", the Student Council 
sponsors dances throughout the year. 

Each year in the future the council hopes to add to its achieve- 
ments more aids for the betterment of school conditions. 

MEMBERS 

Barbara Bassford Bill Herndon Esther Parrish 

Marv Broome Bill Hughes Ivan Parker 

Charles Cooper Tommv Kirkland Barbara Price 

Tommy Croft Mver Lichenstein Rosemarv Radford 

Jack Dodgen Billv Maxwell Ann Reese 

Richard Edwards Connie Miller Jackie Rooks 

Julia Fields Clarence Muns Sarah Seago 

Bill Fleming Joe Nixon Tcckla Stelling 

Bobbv Guillebeau Pat O'Connor 




HAINS 



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O'CONNOR 
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Order Of DeMolay 




The Order of DeMolay has had an interesting and progressive 
year. The Chapter is becoming more like the prewar chapters. Ritual 
work has improved, programs are being undertaken with more vigor, 
and the outlook for the DeMolay is very bright. The names listed 
on this page are those only who were at Richmond Academy and 
Junior College this year. 



First Term 

Charlie Cooper 

Charles Hoover 

Tom Clavton 

Warren Blanchard... 
Sgt. C. W. Tally.. 



Harold Aaronson 
Bobby Anderson 
Frank .Anderson 
Ralph Barton 
Robert Beattie 
Lewis Beckum 
Bobby Benson 
Warren Blanchard 
Gene Brigham 
Rutledge Carpenter 
Fred Chandler 
Tom Clayton 
Charlie Cooper 
Bobby Cooper 
.Arno Corle\' 
John Comelison 
Carl Darby 
Ed Dorsey 
Br>'an Dubose 
Pete Fleming 
.Joe Grammar 
Jesse Hammock 
Weston Harper 
Winkic Harris 
Iryin High tower 
Harvey Holmes 
Charles Hoover 
Birnet Johnson 
Davis Kelly 
Sonny McCarty 
Conrad McGahee 
Herbert Mcintosh 
Bill Maden 
Henry Mealing 
Nomian Moseley 
Jimmy Murphy 
Steve Newton 
Joe Nixon 
Ervin Padgett 
Bobby Parrish 
Russell Rhodes 
Bobby Rouse 
Jack Sawlowsky 
Robert Smith 
Bobby Whitaker 
Jack Wong 
Billy Woodward 
Nick Zer\os 

Second Term 

Charles Hoover 

Senior Counciler..... Jimmy Murphy 

Junior Counciler Sonny McCarty 

..Scribe-Treasurer _ jack Wong 

Faculty Adviser 



OFFICERS 

Master Counciler.. 





COOPER 



HOOVER 



CLAYTON 

BLANCHARD 



TULLY 

MURPHY 



McCARTY 

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OFFICERS 

President Jimmy Lester 

Vice President - Richard Kelly 

Secretary Warren Blanchard 

Treasurer Edgar Richardson 

Chaplain .;. .-■■■- Marvin Carpenter 

Faculty Adviser - Mr. Wilfred T. Neill 






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Since its inception in the spring of 1938 the Beta Ckib has con- 
sistentl}' been one of the most infkiential organizations at the 
Academy. During the past year it has been unusually active. 

The principal project of the 1947-1948 Club has been the com- 
posing and publishing of a booklet about the school. The Cadet, as 
this booklet is called, is designed to acquaint underclassmen with the 
history of Richmond Academy. 

At this writing the membership is planning to attend the state Beta 
Club Convention in Atlanta this May. Last year Jimmy Lester was 
elected vice-president of the state Beta Clubs. 



James Burch 
Walter CarlsOH 
Marvin Carpenter 
Leonard Cotts 
Richard Cheeseborough 
]ack Cooper 
Carl Darby 
Herbert Elliott 
Billy Evans 
Emorv Farr 
Irvin Ghitter 
Billy Haeler 
Bobby Holland 
Billy Hill 
Robert Huntley 
Jack Hunter 
Robert Jessup 
Ronald Jester 
Isaac JoUes 
Davis Kelly 
Richard Kelly 
Tommy Kirkland 
Wayland Lamar 
John Langley 
Jinimv Lester 
Bill Maden 
Gene Marks 
Sonny McCarty 
Burton Middlebrooks 
Billy Parsons 
Billv Raines 
Mitchell Raynes 
Edgar Richardson 
Righton Robertson 
Mickcv Satcher 
Jeny Saul 
Marvin Sears 
George Sheftall 
Harry Sherman 
Clifford Sego 
Lewis Simon 
Stanley Steinburg 
Norman Thomas 







NEILL 



Ronald .-Krcher 
Joe Bailey 
George Baird 
Warren Blanchard 
Jimmy Boatwright 
Billy Branan 








KIRKLAND 



SALE 



COOPER 



RAINES 




2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President Billy Raines 

Vice President Tommy Kirkland 

Secretary..... Dawson Teague 

Treasurer - _ Dick Jones 

Chaplain Ronnie Barksdale 

Sgt.-at- Arras Irvin Hightower 



Faculty Adviser 
Capt. C. C. Thebaud 



Academy Hi'Y 

1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President Tommy Kirkland 

Vice President Gilmer Sale 

Secretary Bobby Cooper 

Treasurer Billy Raines 

Chaplain Sonny Towns 

Sgt.-at- Arms Tommy Croft 



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TEAGUE 



JONES 




The 1948 chapter of the Academy Hi-\' has had an unuiuaily active season. Large!) through the labors of a 
capable corps of officers the club has successfully completed a number of service projects. The members of the Hi-Y 
also enjoyed frequent social activities. The Academy Hi-Y has always tried to keep foremost in the minds of its 
members the purpose of the Hi-Y to create, maintain, and extend, throughout the school and community, the high 
standards of Christian character. 



Bobby Baker 
Ronnie Barksdale 
Bill Brandon 
Fred Chandler 
Bobby Cooper 
Tommy Croft 



Dennis Foster 
Dick Griflfen 
Tommy Heath 
Tommy Hemdon 
Irvin Hightower 
Chick James 



Dick Jones 
Tommy Kirkland 
Wavland Lamar 
Derwent Langley 
James Livingston 
Philip Marlowe 



Perrv McLean 
Tony Mulherin 
Jinimv Proctor 
Billv Raines 
Gilmer Sale 
Mickey Satcher 



Lerov Suddath 
Dawson Teague 
Billy Thompson 
Gene Towns 
Sonny Towns 
Robert Young 



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Richmond Hi-Y 

1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President Jimmy Lester 

Vice President Edgar Ricliardson 

Secretary Niclc Zervos 

Treasurer Jaclc Newton 

Ctiaplain Marvin Carpenter 

Sgt.-at-Arms Eddie Howell 

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HOWELL ALLEN KELLY POWLEDGE 





LESTER 



RICHARDSON 



ZERVOS 



2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President Eddie Howell 

Vice President _ Tony Allen 

Secretary _ Davis Kellv 

Treasurer Mills Powledge 

Chaplain _ Edgar Richardson 

Sgt.-at-Arms Bud Carter 



NEWTON 




Faculty Adviser 
Sgt. C. W. Tully 




The Richmond Hi-Y has during the past year proved itself to be one of the outstanding organizations composed 
of students from the Academy. In the first semester of the school year the club conducted a magazine subscription 
campaign from which it grossed $1050. Of the $350 that the club received, $100 was donated to the World Youth 
Fund. The Hi-Y also sponsored a Thanksgiving drive which aided a number of unfortunate families and held a 
Christmas drive to collect toys for underprivileged children. The progress which the Richmond Hi-Y has made in 
the past few years would not have been possible without the able support and deep interest of its faculty adviser. 
Sergeant Tully. Next year's club will have a goal to "shoot at" in striving to equal the achievements of the 1947-1948 
organization. 



Tony Allen 
Bruz Boardman 
Gene Bowman 
Gene Brigham 
Marvin Carpenter 



Bud Carter 
John Coleman 
Jimmv Cooper 
Carl Darbv 
Herbert Elliott 



Jimmy Harrison 
Jimmy Havron 
Eddie Howell 
Davis Kelly 
Richard Kelly 



Billy Evans 
Jimmy E\'ans 
Claude Gravbill 
Billy Hagler 
Tom Hagler 



Jimmy Lester 
Billv Maxwell 
Sonnv McCartv 
Tommy Murphv 
Jack Newton 



Mills Powledgc 
Russell Rhodes 
Edgar Richardson 
Harry Sherman 
Tommy Sanders 



Roy Simpkins 
Jimmy Stewart 
Richard Weathers 
Nick Zervos 



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Diversified Cooperative Training Club 




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Curtis Anthony 
Landon Aldrid,»j;e 
Billv Beale 
Bobby Beck 
Richard Belger 
Thomas Bennett 
Ozie Brantley 
Edward Cole 
James Cook 
Billy DeLoach 



The D. C. T. Club is the social and recreative organ of 
the D. C. T. class at Richmond Academy. Its principal 
purpose is to help its members become better acquainted 
with each other and to add color and interest to the im- 
portant work carried on in its classes. 

In its social activities as well as in its business aspects 
the D. C. T. Club works hand in hand with the D. C. T. 
class in helping its members to develop more naturally into 
useful citizens of their community. 






SCOTT 



OFFICERS 

President ...- Jerry O'Hara 

Vice President... _ Jackie Pyle 

Secretary... _ Hugh Scott 

Treasurer _ _.... _ Edward Cole 

Reporter _ Vernon Durham 

Faculty Adviser...... _ Mr. Louis Reese 







REESE 



COLE 




\ernon Durham 


Jack Johnson 


John Padgett 


John Gibbs 


Bobbv Lee 


Bobbv Powell 


John Greene 


Billv Lewis 


Norman Price 


William Hall 


Albert McGahee 


Jackie Pvle 


Weston Harper 


Thomas McKellar 


Charles Reid 


Elmo Hatcher 


Bobbv McMichael 


Robert Rhodes 


Clifford Holliman 


Robert Melton 


Hugh Scott 


Billv Horton 


Rudv Napier 


James Smith 


Jack Ille 


Jerry O'Hara 


Paul Smith 



Wallace Toole 
James Thoma.s 
Bobbv Walker 
OUie Wheeler 
Jack Wilk 
Donald Williams 
James Williams 
Lester Williams 
Ralph Woodward 



Freshman Literary Society 



The Freshman Literary Society is an organization dedi- 
cated to the purpose of teaching young Academy students 
how to speak, to read, and to think. Through debates, 
quizzes, and recitations, the memliers of the ehil) learn to 
appreciate the possibilities of our language. It is hoped that 
more Academy freshmen will avail themselves of the op- 
portunity of being members of the Freshman Literary So- 
ciety. 




1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President Heyward Woodward 

Vice President _ Ed Brandon 

Secretary - Judd Jones 

Treasurer. _..,i_ _ Beverly Cochrane 

Reporter. - _ _ Ollie McGahee 

2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President George Bean 

Vice President _ _ _ Heyward Woodward 

Secretary - .Judd Jones 

Treasurer _ Beverly Cochrane 

Reporter. Doughty Kin^ 

MEMBERS 

Harold Adams 

Richard Barrett _^_^ 

George Bean |^. . Jjt^^. 

Edward Bovd W ^■^Ji^'H^ i -^i 

Beverly Cochran "^fc^Bte "" ^^ iL/''^ 

Bunny Cohen f. KTB^pC WtKn^.^ « 

Bill Dye W- '^ ^ Xf^^ ' " ' '^ ^ ' 

Eddie Harelik U d^fSSKLS^l'^lil^ 

Judd Jones w ^^ ^ "^^"^^ 

Dought\' King u^- '^llu^r ^ ^^^^^ ^^^1 

Bob Lamar Bft \ 

Matt Mallard ^^ 

Ollie McGahee ^S ^~^ ^^^B^^SL^K^^*' 

Woodbury Rinkcr wt' ■ f'y^BslSl^^'' iW~ ' ' ' 

Heyward Woodward ?**" 

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Faculty Adviser 
Mr. James Dickson 




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Academy Junior Hi-Y 




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The Academy Junior Hi-Y is an organization sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. for 
boys from twelve to fourteen years of age. Its purpose is to instill in the young 
minds of its members a reverence for God and a sense of fair play, as well as to 
develop their bodies. During the different seasons of the year the boys organized 
football, basketball, track, and baseball teams. They competed with Junior Hi-Y 
teams from other schools in the city and usually establish impressive records. This 
is the first year in which a Junior Hi-Y has existed at the Academy, but the inter- 
est shown by underclassmen promises to make it a permanent organization. 

OFFICERS 

President _ Ed Brandon 

Vice President _.... Beverly Cochrane 

Secretary Ollie McGahee 

Treasurer _ Frank Reeder 

Adviser _ Gordon Walters 




MEMBERS 
Earl Babbitt 
Hugh Betts 
Melvin Bloodworth 
Ed Brandon 
Beverly Cochran 
James Hatcher 
Tommy Hemrick 
Jack Hodges 
Bill Holden 
Matt Mallard 
Ollie McGahee 
Jimmv Moorman 
Thomas Phillips 
Frank Reeder 
Heywood Woodward 




WALTERS 



NOR' 

Jobbv 

Oil 
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Vildo 
Aino 
Rickai 
Bobk 
Emon 

Pa«l( 
Ruiiel 
Bobby 
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Cadet Hi^Y 

1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President Jimmy O'Daniel 

Vice President - Richard Edwards 

Secretary. „ Tommv Knotts 

Treasurer. Fleming Norvell 

Chaplain Frank McDanicl 

KNOTTS 

^PIBi^W 2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

W ^H President _ _ Tommy Knotts 

W _ ^B Vice President Jimm\- Murphy 

J^9^ ^ftr^ t\ Secretary _ Elliott Porter 

' 3 Treasurer. _ Herman Oellerich 

Chaplain _ Russell Hair 



OELLERICH 






Faculty Adviser 
Sgt. C. W. Tully 



NORVELL 

Bobby Baggott 
George Baird 
Ozie Brantley 
James Carter 
Valdee Cooper 
Arno Corley 
Richard Edwards 
Bobby Elliott 
Emory Parr 
Rodgers Feese 
Paul Greer 
Russell Hair 
Bobby Home 
Gaines Huguley 
Charles Jarrett 
Gene Kelle>' 
Tommy Knotts 
Bill Maden 
Gene Marks 
Frank McDaniel 
Jimmy Murphy 
Fleming Norvell 
Jimmy ODaniel 
Herman Oellerich 
Elliott Porter 
LeConte Talley 
Howard Timmerman 
Milton Williamson 




The Cadet Hi-\' is one of the youngest organ- 
izations in Richmond Academy, since it was 
formed in the early months of 1947. Ahhough this 
is the first full year in which the club has func- 
tioned, it has made some great strides toward be- 
coming a leading organization. In keeping with 
the Hi-Y purposes, this club has let its actions be 
guided by a desire to serve. The Cadet Hi-Y is 
looking forward to an even greater season next 
year. 




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LANGLEV 



CHENEY 




OFFICERS 



President- 



1st Vice President 

2nd Vice President- 
Secretary- 

Treasurer 

Reporter. 



-Richard Youngblood 

Derwent Langley 

Willis Godowns 

Ir\in Chenev 



-William Nelson 
Elmo Hatcher 



Faculty' Ad\-iser- 



.Mr. E. M. Home 



NELSON, HATCHER 



The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of boys enrolled in classes of vocational agricul- 
ture in the high schools of our nation. There are 11,200 members in Georgia, and 54 in the local chapter. 

Future Farmers are taught to make, save, and invest money: to work in cooperation with others: to take 
an unselfish intei est in community life : to beUeve farming is a worthy occupation : to engage in wholesome rec- 
reation. The Future Farmers' motto is "Learing to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve." 



Harold Adams 
Otey Anderson 
Carl Bagby 
George Bean 
Jinxmy Bond 
Rufe Brown 
Bobby Cadle 
Jack Chavous 
Irsin Cheney 
Ervin Clack 
Aubrey Darnell 
Stanley Dom 
Warren Eubanks 
Imard Gibbs 



Willis Godowns 
Jacob Goodwin 
-Alfred Gray 
Douglas Hardaway 
James Hardaway 
\'emon Harrell 
Elmo Hatcher 
Joseph Hughes 
Charles Huffman 
\'andy Jeffcoat 
Bobby Jones 
Derwent Langley 
Robert Lazenby 
James Leaptrotte 



Billy McCormick 
Ray McDonald 
Ralph Mason 
Herman Miller 
James Mitchell 
William Nelson 
Jack Panham 
Jimmie Patterson 
EhNATie Rabun 
James Reese 
Theo Reid 
Harold Rhodes 
Robert Savage 



Walter Seats 
Billy Sikes 
John Sims 
Marion Smith 
Thomas Stanford 
Lamar Storey 
George Sweeney 
Richard \Vallace 
John ^Valler 
Richard Weathersbee 
Charles \N hisnant 
James Willingham 
Richard Youngblood 




FARM 

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Mixed Chorus 



This is the first year that the enterprise of a combined high school boys and girls chorus has been under- 
taken, and it has proved to be very worth while. Members of the group of singers are from the three schools, 
Junior College. Tubman High School, and Richmond .-\cademy. The Mi.xed Chorus has sung in several con- 
certs during the past school year, and has made an excellent showing. Under the skillful leadership of 
their director, Miss Dorothy Halbert, the members have contributed their talents and efTorts to make this en- 
deavor successful. 







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BASS 
Sidney Foster 
EKth McDonald 
Malcolm McNulty 
Gene Meads 
John Moore 
William Powers 
Edgar Richardson 
.loe Tucker 
.Jack Wone; 

TENOR 
Billv Mac Bridges 
Robert Jessup 
Robert Melton 
Milton Stephens 
.■\lonzo Whitlock 

FIRST SOPR.AXO 
Shirlee Akers 
Patsy Blanchard 
Janet Bowdidge 
Mary Ruth Bridges 
Carolyn Eubanks 
Linda Foster 
Nell Golden 



Mar\- Goodwin 
Jovce Hardy 
Geraldine Harper 
Martha Hemrick 
Evelyn Jessup 
Mary Lou Jones 
Barbara Manlv 
Man. Matthews 
Julia NfcWade 
Nancv Montgomen- 
Jovce Rathbun 
Mar\ Alice Sumerau 
Pauline Wren 
Elizabeth Youngblood 
SECOND SOPRANO 
Helen Foster 
Bettv Ivey 
Mona Rea McNulty 
Kav Neelands 
Betty Screws 
Dolores Shapiro 

ALTO 
.■\ngadell .-\dams 
Shirlev .\lle;ood 
.Ann Barnes 
Jewell Bentley 
Belva Lee Dob\ns 
PegR\- Durham 
Jovce Dyson 
Laura Gauthier 
Jean Graham 
Jaunita Lewis 
Jeanine Mays 
Svlvia Melton 
Jovce Patrick 
Dorothy Paulk 
.Ann Sayer 
Jane Stone 
Betty Ann Thrailkill 



OFFICERS 1ST TERM 

President Roy Frierson 

Vice President Betty Ann Thrailkill 

Secretary... _ Gene Meads 

Treasurer. Jack Wong 

OFFICERS 2ND TERM 



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President 

\ ice President. 
Secretary ...._ 



Betty Ann Thrailkill 

Linda Foster 

Belva Lee Dobyns 



Treasurer Jack Wong 




Triangle Club 



OFFICERS 

President Billy Shipiiian 

Vice-President Marion. Larisey 

Secretary- _ - Frank Anderson 

Treasurer - Joe Nixon 

Faculty Adviser Mr. N. L. Galloway 

Sweetheart of the Phalanx. Ann Carter Burdell 



The purpose of the Triangle Chapter of the Phalanx Fraternity 
is to promote friendship and activities among Junior College students, 
and to undertake improvement projects for student enjoyment. This 
year the Triangle Club sponsored : a bus trip to the Richmond-Sa- 
vannah football game, chapel programs, and several socials for its 
members. The school year will he concluded with a house party. 




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ANDERSON 



BURDELL 



Frank Anderson 
Robert Anderson 
James Avery 
Arthur Balk 
Tolly Brinkley 
Tom Clayton 



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Jimmy Coleman 
Bobbv Cooper 
Charlie Cooper 
Carl Durden 
Vernon Dye 
Joe Grammer 



Bert Harbin 
Charles Hoover 
Jack Kennedy 
Billy Lange 
Marion Larisy 
Curtis Luckey 



Bill Lewis 
Billy Mainer 
Fred McDonald 
Mack McGahee 
Charles McLarty 
Carl Mertins 
Skippv Moody 



Bobby Mulligan 
Steve Newton 
Billv Shipman 
Joe Tucker 
Pete Wardlaw 
Willard Weeks 
Billv Woodward 



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Zeta Rho Sigma 

Zeta Rho Sigma Sorority is the oldest chartered so- 
cial organization at J. C. A. This year, along with many 
social activities such as banquets and hayrides, the so- 
rority sponsored again a football game with the Tri 
Lamba Sorority, and won by the score of 6-0. Meetings 
x.erc held twice monthly at homes of various members. 
Next year the sorority is looking forward to many in- 
terestins; activities and socials. 





OFFICERS 

President Mary Georgia Rountree 

Vice President Susanna Wilco.x 

Secretar>- Harriet Heins 

Treasurer Barbara Bassford 

Faculty .\dviser Mr. G. L. Boolton 



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MEMBERS 



Jean -Anderson 
Barbara Bassford 
Margaret Bavnard 
Bobbie Bealle 
Man Broome 
Ann Burgamy 
Joan Bvrd 
Marv .Ann Caden 
Luc\ .Ann Cooper 
France: Durden 
Harriet Heins 
.Ann Heslen 



loan Higrins 

Marian Meiere 

Connie Miller 

Pat O'Connor 

Mar\- -Anna Ogden 

Ann Reese 

Mar\- Georgia Rountree 

Bettv Sacre 

Marv- Ellen Sain 

Mar\- .Adelaide Thompson 

Janice Weathers 

Susanne Wilcox 




Phalanx Club, Psi Chapter 



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OFFICERS 

President _ Dewey Cave 

Vice President Jack Pritchard 

Secretary _ Joe Johnson 

Treasurer Alton McFeely 

Faculty Adviser Mr. A. P. Markert 

Sweetheart of the Phalanx Billie Fell 



The Psi Chapter of Phalanx spent the year moving from one big 
activity, to another. The club sponsored a city-wide Thanksgiving 
food drive, and also a Christmas food drive. One of the most popular 
projects the club has ever sponsored was the Academy-Catholic High 
Football Trophy, which was won by the Academy for the second 
successive year. As is always true of the Phalanx, the club held a 
large number of socials, dances, and hayrides. Next year there is 
every reason to believe that the Psi Chapter of Phalanx will continue 
to set the pace among Junior College organizations. 



MARKERT 



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MEMBERS 

John Anderson 
Jim Austin 
Arthur Balk 
Jack Barber 
Charles Brown 
Frank Brooker 
Dewey Cave 
Flournoy Christie 
James Davis 
Frank Hogan 
Van Ivey 
Joe Johnson 
John Jones 
Wilbur Jones 
Lester Key 
Ray Kitchen 
Billy Lange 
John Le-non 
.Alton McFeely 
Ivan Paiker 
Johnny J?ope 
Jack Pritchard 
Bill Satcher 
Gene Schroeder 
Ray Sims 
Herbert Smart 
Bud Seller 
Edear Trapnell 
Willie Walker 
Henry Whitehead 




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Spanish Club 




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The Spanish Club was reorganized after a lapse of several years to give added 
interest and color to the Junior College Spanish courses. It helps its members 
to become familiar with Spanish and Latin American customs. 



.limmy Appling 
Bobby Boulineau 
Tom Cla\ton 
John Comelison 
Wrnon Dye 
Holmes Harvelv 



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President ._ „ 


OFFICERS 


^'ice President 


Secretar\'. . .„ 




Treasurer .- 




Faculty Adviser^. 


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n Comelison 

3e Boulineau 

Jan'ce Weathers 

Joe Johnson 

T. Howard 




MEMBERS 

Melvin Hirelik 
Lois Huff 
Joe Johnson 
Howard Jolles 
William Moore 
Bill Ouzts 



Dorothy Paulk 
Phil Shariro 
Marita Smith 
Teckla Stelling 
Mike Usher 
Janice Weathers 



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Junior College Literary Society 



OFFICERS 

President Bobby Ansley 

Vice President Susanne Wilcox 

Secretary Jean Anderson 

Treasurer Joe Johnson 

Faculty Adviser. Mr. C. M. Sutton 



The American public is becoming increasingly more indifferent to 
good literature. The purpose of the J. C. A. Literary Society is to do 
everything in its power to combat this trend. At the regular meetings 
of this club, the various members hold debates, and carry on other 
activities designed to stimulate mental activity. It is the sincere hope 
of the J. C. A. Literary Society that its program will help in some 
way to revive interest in cultural reading. 



Shirlee Akers 
Jean Anderson 
John Anderson 
.\rthur Balk 
Barbara Bassford 
Margaret Bavnard 
Mushie Bolga 
Frances Flowers 
Caroline Geiger 
Nell Golden 
Melvin Harelik 
Harriet Heins 
Bill Herndon 



MEMBERS 



Howard JoUes 
Joe Johnson 
Conrad McGahee 
Marian Meiere 
Connie Miller 
Ed Molinc 
Pat O'Connor 
Mary Anne Ogden 
.Audrey Owens 
.Ann Reese 
Phil Shapiro 
Susanne Wilcox 




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WILCOX 



ANDERSON 



JOHNSON 



SUTTON 




Phi Theta Kappa 

National Junior College Honorary Scholastic Society 




MEMBERS 
William Malcolm Eubanks, Jr. 
Julia Neal Fields 
Jane Patricia Marriott 
Esther Parrish 
Cornelius Brooks Thurmond, Jr 
Gordon Ervin Walters 
Sarah Stiles Seago 

Mr. W. T. Neill, Beta Xi 
Chapter 

Honorary Members 

Mr. C. G. Cordle 

Mr. N. L. Galloway 

Mr. J. T. Hains 

Mr. E. W. Hardy 

Mr. A. P. Markert 

Mr. C. H, Mitchell — Sponsor 

Mr. H. O. Read 

Mr. J. L. Talley 



MARRIOTT 

PARRISH 

SEAGO 




The Beta Xi Chapter of the Junior 
College of Augusta is one of the ninety- 
eight Phi Theta Kappa chapters scat- 
tered throughout the nation. The ob- 
jects of the society are to promote schol- 
ar.';hip, to develop character, and to cul- 
tivate fellowship among the students of 
the Junior Colleges of America. The re- 
quiremrnts for membership are an aver- 
age of ninety per cent in all studies for 
three semesters and necessary character 
requirements. 




WALTERS 



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Gold "R" Society 



To become members in the Gold "R" Society boys must excel in several fields beside scholarship — leadership, activities 
military, athletics. This year the group is smaller than usual, but probably there will be a few more at the end of the year. 
These boys arc the best all-round seniors, and their classmates may well be proud of them. 

Mr. C. G. Cordle is the sponsor. 



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W. HAGLER 



KIRKLAND 



LESTER 




MADEN 



RAINES 



RICHARDSON 



The foilowmg list contains the 12 points which qualify each boy for membership in the Gold "R" Society. 

THOMAS WATERMAN HAGLER, JR. 

Honor, Rifle Team, Commissioned Officer, Richmond Hi-Y, Sabre Club, Tennis Letter. 
WILLIAM SCHWEIGERl HAGLER 

High Honor, Merit Bars, Sergeant, Richmond Hi-Y, Beta Club, Tennis Letter. 
THOMAS RICHARD KIRKLAND 

High Honor, Commissioned Officer, Class President 3 years; Class Vice President, Football Letter. 
.JAMES LUTHER LESTER 

Honor, Commissioned Officer, Beta Club, President, Richmond Hi-Y, President; Literar>' Society, Sabre Club, Football Letter. 
WILLIAM LEROY MADEN, JR. 

High Honor, Commissioned Officer, Sabre Club, Cadet Hi-Y, Literary Society, Football Letter. 
WILLIAM BUTLER RAINES 

High Honor, Commissioned Officer, Merit Bars, Beta Club Academy Hi-Y, President, Student Council. 
EDGAR MORRISON RICHARDSON 

High Honor, Rainbow, Editor-in-Chief, Swimming Letter, Richmond Hi-Y, Beta Club, Literary Society. 



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Reconstruction of prehistoric mound-builder Indian, former inhabi- 
tants of the Augusta Region. Drawing based on material excavated 
from mounds in or near Richmond County, by Wilfred T. Neill. De- 
partment of Biology. Objects shown include disks and implements, 
etc. Details of costumes arc based on engravings made on coppei 
disks by the Indians. 





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The Job Of Them All 

MARY VIRGINIA SUTTON 

I finished rinsing ofi the three legs and admitted to myself that ihty looked one lumdred |jer cent better. Gath<'ring 
them up, I boarded the elevator and proceeded downstairs. At the first floor I, along with the three legs, eased my way in 
and out between people and finally espied Joe working in the front. I put down my heavy burden and sat down on the 
floor, absent-mindedly picking up stray pins and pinning them to my smock. My reverie was torn wide open by an explo- 
sive declaration from Joe, "This is not Lula's arm! Take it back and for heaven sakes hurry!" 

"Yessir," I mumbled, and back I trudged. This was a hot day, too hot to go all the way upstairs and locate Lula's arm 
and, besides, "Bring Tallulah's wig while you're at it! This one is a total wreck!" shouted Joe. And I hadn't even had lunch 
yet. 

Loaded down with the correct arm and a newly-set wig, was once more fighting my way through the first floor crowd. 
Why do people have to exist on such a day? How I'd love a coke! 

"Wake up and die right, dear," again the master's voice. "I want three bottles of 'Tigress" and bring the white paint, 
too; the mantel piece needs touching up." 

By four-thirty Lula, Tabith, and Tootsie looked their best, the carpet had been swept, and I was gathering up the 
curtains and the tool box. With a flick of the hand Joe readjusted the copy, and we marched out. leaving another fashion 
window for the Augusta public to ogle at. 

The Newt And I 

MARY VIRGINIA SUTTON 

(With No Apologies Whatsoever to Anybody) 
O little newt within your jar 
How oft I wonder how you are. 
As you lift that coy, reptilian face 
And smirk on us, the human race. 
You look so comfortable floating there 
Between scientific discovery and mid air. 
Is it really cozy enough inside 
With just you and formaldehyde? 
It couldn't be much worse than here 
With class door closed, professor hovering near. 
Yes and verily, my freedoms are few 
Chained to a desk while studying you. 

little newt, as you look at me. 

Do you wonder terribly at what you .see, 
At my young, intent scientific face, 
Running this mad, scientific race? 
Little newt, you're much better off than me. 
My task is a hopeless one, don't you see? 

1 think I'm just about to resign 

And leave discovery to the rest of mankind. 
You must be happy, so luxuriously bottled. 
To be picked up by students, petted and coddled. 
Oh, go ahead little newt, float and grin, 
But do move over, f'm coming in! 



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Citizens and Southern National Bank 
Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co, 
Uptown Branch Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co 
The National Exchange Bank of Augusta 



All Above Banks Are Members of F. D. I. C. 



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BREAULT 

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BREAULT'S STUDIO 

916 Greene Street 
Augusta, Ga. 




WM. 


SCHWEIGERT CO. 




JEWELERS 


GIFTS - 


- NOVELTIES — CHINA 




GLASSWARE 


846 


BROAD STREET 



LAKE VIEW PHARMACY 
SUMERAU'S 

Phone 3-4495 

1800 Broad St., Augusta, Ga. 



GREAR'S, INC. 
FURNITURE 

1204-06 Broad Street 



RICHMOND HOTEL 



BARBER SHOP 



Lobby of Richmond Hotel 



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Augusta Paper Co^ 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

CORRUGATED & FOLDING BOXES 

AND SPECIALTIES 



6th. and Reynolds 



Phone 2-2696-7 



C. H. Cohen 


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A. 


Cohen 


124 8th Street Phones 2- 


5377 - 


2-5378 


IF IT IS 


GOOD INSURANCE . 


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WE SELL IT 







ROSENTHAL'S 

Star Srana Snoei 

Dial 2-4212 

Boots For The Entire Family 

1036 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia 




BOTTLING COMPANY OF AUGUSTA 

PHONE 2-4252 



LILY-TULIP CUP CORP. 



MAKERS OF 



PAPER DRINKING CUPS AND FOOD CONTAINERS 



550 Wrightsboro Road 



Phone 3-2214 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




Compliments 


of the "King" 


KING HARRY'S 


MUSIC SERVICE 


We Rent 


Jukeboxes' 


Phone 


2-6177 


853 Reynolds Street 



Compliments of 

WILENSKY'S BARGAIN HOUSE 

Specializing in Boys' Military 
Shoes and Accessories 



1047 Broad St. 



Phone 2-9986 



CHARLES FULCHER 
AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

Fulcher Violin and Piano Shop 
939 Ellis Street Phone 2-8595 



FRANK CHRISTIAN 

The Little Man With the 
Big Camera 






Compliments of 



AUGUSTA AMUSEMENTS CO 



MILLER THEATER 



Tjhe Soutft i M-oAt (Beautilul and Modern ZJfiealer 



IMPERIAL - MODJESKA - RIALTO THEATERS 



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Fair-Jopling-Andrews 
Appliance Co. 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

DOMESTIC and COMMERCIAL 

Sales Service 

303— 9th Street 519— 13th Street 

Phone 2-9854 Phone 2-6997 



Complimen+s of 

MORGAN TRUCK 
& TRACTOR CO. 

INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 
FARMALL TRACTORS 

101 — 7th Street Augusta, Ga. 



Custom 

and 

Hand Tailoring 

Imported 

and 

Domestic 

Fabrics 




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Ready-to-Wear 

Slacks 

Sports Shirts 

Neckwear 

Sport Coats 

Suits 



305 9th St. Phone 2-2820 Augusta, Georgia 



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SUPPLIES 

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Compliments of 

WILLIS mVIN, ARCHITECT 

HELEN STUART IRVIN, Associate Architect 



722 Greene St. 



Augusta, Georgia 



CEORCIfl 1 Ro n UJDRKS CD. 




Compliments of 



AUGUSTA DAIRIES 



Grade A Pasteurized Milk 



Taste-Rite Ice Cream 



VISIT 
THE TERRACE ROOM 

SHERATON-BON AIR HOTEL 

"Augusta's Finest" 



DeLUXE CLEANERS 

Dry Cleaning — Pressing 
Alterations 

315 Eighth St. Dial 2-4325 

Augusta, Georgia 




COMPLIMENTS 



AUTHORIZED 




LINCOLN 



MERCURY 



SALES 
GENUINE 



SERVICE 
PARTS 



Southern Motors, Inc, 



119 Ninth St. 



Augusta, Ga, 



Phone 2-0433 



Compliments of 


PHILLIPS & WILLSOi FllMITlJIlE CO. 


971 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



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FIFTH AVENUE SHOPPE 

THE LATEST FIRST 

IN 

SMART APPEAL 

MILLINERY 

LINGERIE 

HOSIERY 

BAGS 

829 Broad St. Augusta. Ga. 

Dial 2-5114 



RITZ COFFEE SHOPPE 

STEAKS — CHOPS 
FRIED CHICKEN 

Phone 2-9252 

Under New Management 

Corner eth and Ellis St. 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION 

AUTOMATIC OIL, COAL and GAS 
HEATING SYSTEMS 

AIR — CONDITIONING 

Ricliiuond Appliance Co. 



1278 Broad St. 



Phone 2-3910 




BOARDMAN MOTOR CO. 



STUDEBAKER 



7th & Revnolds — 2-9966 



Compliments of 

THE BOSTON HATTERS 



SATCHER COMPANY 

Complete Line 

BUILDING MATERIAL 
SUPPLIES 



629 - 10th Street Phone 2-5636 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 





Compliments of 


The Georgia 


- Carolina Bricit & Tile Co. 

Established 1902 


Plants at At 
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MANUFACTURERS 
gusta, Ga. — North Augusta, S. C. 
"ice 10 Campbell Building 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



The Jones Furniture Co. 

Established 1896 

1010 BROAD STREET 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Lettering 
Borders 



Repairs 
Strip Lighting 



SIGNS 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

CITY NEON CO. 

Commercial Sign Painting 

Dial 2-0698 412 -8th. St. Augusta, Ga. 

Mike Andrews 



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Feedright Milling Company 

Lock Drawer 740 

For The Discriminataing Buyer 

Highest Quality 



I BUTTtBA%^ rf(^ COD 
OIL 




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7 lOoiBiiiir r 



Feeders & Growers Exchange, Inc. 

FEEDS-SEEDS-BABY CHICKS 



BULBS 



209-219— I Ith Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



SHRUBBERY 



Augusta Iron \A'orks, Inc. 

Foundn- — Machine Shop — Structural Shop 

Lombard Building 

636- 11th. Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Manufacturer of 
Augusta Flyer Sawmill 



Fabricators 
Machinen.- 
Castings 



Compliments of 

Le^^is Youngblood 
Service Station 

SINCLAIR STATION 
Corner 15th. and Broad 



Compliments of 

Lewis Barber Shop 



Compliments 
of 



DaAison's Auto Service 



123 7th. Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Murphey-\\'eatherford 
Plumbing & Heating Co. 



412 Ninth St. Phone 2-8356 

Augusta, Georgia 




Compliments 
of 



Riverside Mill 



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DR. JOHX W. BRITTIlNrGHAM 



DR. J. H. BUTLER 



DR. EUGENE MATTHEM'S 



ClIARUES T. HALU. D.D.S. 



DR. PETER S. MILES 



DR. C. M. TEMPLETOX 



A DOCTOR FRIEND 



A DOCTOR FRIEND 



A DOCTOR FRIEND 



A DOCTOR FRIEND 



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Compliments of 




MORRIS MARKET 


HILL'S JEWEL BOX 




FRESH MEATS 
POULTRY — SEAFOODS 


"H. L Q. V." 




GROCERES — VEGETABLES 


952 Broad St. Dial 2-4744 




207 Ellis St. Phone 2-3240 


McElmurray Furniiure Company 




Compliments 
of 


FURNITURE THAT ENDURES 




HOMEFOLKS CIGAR STORE 


923 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 




CIGARS MAGAZINES 
SODAS 




Compliments oi 

McLELLAN'S 
STORES COMPANY 

Friendly Service 



JOE'S TAXI 



CATER TO WHITE ONLY 



SMITH BROTHERS, AGENTS 

316 Ninth St. Augusta, Ga. Phone 2-4243 

Hotel and Restaurant Equipment. Hobart 
Food Preparing Machines. Dayton Scales. 
Biro Electrical Meat Saws. Commercial 
Refrigerators. 



Compliments 
of 



Partridge Inn Beauty Shop 

Kathryn R. Sanders, Mgr. 
Telephone 3-6302 



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HORNE and TRULUCK 

FINE CANDIES and PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES 

2120 CENTRAL AVENUE 

Phone 3-7772 



BYRD'S 

FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING 

REPAIRING — REFINISHINS 

RUG CLEANING — DEMOTHING 

SIZING AND STORAGE 

Awnings Made to Order 
29 Years in Augusta 



722 Bohler Ave. 



Phone 3-4283 







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216- 


l2+h. Street 








Phone 


2-0591 




Augusta, 


Georgia 







FOR BEST RESULTS ---CALL HULSE 

HULSE LAUNDRY, INC. 

"JUST A GOOD ONE" 

3-4451 PHONES 2-2460 

LAUNDERERS CLEANERS 






lEeit WUkeA 



Catholic Community Center 



YOUTH DIVISION 



^^ee y[ou at the ^ C 




MCDONALD'S 



1401 Monte Sano Ave. 



Compliments of 

T. J. Carstarphen Co. 

Wholesale— MELBA and JOHN RUSKIN CIGARS 

743 Greene Street 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



Compliments 
of 



S. H. Kress and Company 

5c — lOc — 25c Store 
834 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



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A. ROY KROUSE 

JEWELER 
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 

Located 

Augusta Sporting- Goods Company 

210 8th Street 

Phone 2-3444 Augusta, Ga. 



DEVELOPING 


PRINTING 


ENLARGING 


PHOTO SHOP 


BLUE-PRINTS 


PHOTO-STATS 


129 Seventh St., Augusta, Georgia 



FAMILY 


LAUNDRY 


ODORLESS DRY CLEANING 


8 HOUR 


SERVICE ON 


ACADEMY UNIFORMS 


Phone 2-4687 


1617 Broad St. 



E. J. McMAHON & CO. 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors 

INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS 

Call Us For Estimates — No Obligation 

855 Walker Street Phone 2-9912 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



BOYS' CATHOLIC 



HIGH SCHOOL 






COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES 
OF 


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF ROADS AND REVENUES 


RICHMOND COUNTY 


SCOTT xixox, chair:\ian 


DA\'ID F. FRANKLIN JAMES P. WALKER 


RUDOLPH P. MAYO FRANK H. PIERCE, CO. ATTORNEY 


CARL T. SANDERS CHAS- S. BOPILER, JR., CLERK 




Compliments 

Silver's Music Department 

906 Broad St. 
Augusta, Georgia 

Latest Recordings By Top Artists 
Sheet Music — Accessories 



W. E. MORRIS 

FIRE 

EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

Monument at Greene 
Dial 2-2630 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



Call me at The 

Recreation Center 

"Finest in The South" 

Charlie Naomi, Owner 

708 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU NEED 
AND SAVE MONEY AT THE 

Augusta Auto Auction 

E. W. Farlow, Owner 
Sand Bar Ferry Road 



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COMMERCIAL PlllMIIG COMPilY 



^^yfianuiacturer^^ o/ Modern Printing, 



Dial 2-6416 



747 ELLIS STREET 



Augusta, Ga. 



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SHERMAN 






AND 






HEMSTREET 




CENTRAL CLEANER 


INC. 




608 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 


REALTORS 






Augusta, Georgia 




SUB STATION — PARTRIDGE INN 

"Where good cleaning is not expensive" 
MOTH PROOFING 






Complimenfs of 
WYKE C. IVEY, JR. 




W. C. IVEY COAL COMPANY 




10-Year Written Guarantee 


39 Years of Serving Augusfa 

"Good Coal at All Times" 

1009 Roberts St. 

Dial 2-8218 Augusta, Ga. 




Waterproofing — Flameproof ing 




Compliments of 



Gibbs Auto Wrecking Co. 

Highest Prices Paid For 
Burned and Wrecked Cars. 



East Boundary 
Phone 2-6848 



Schultz Hill 
Phone 5-647 1 



Etheridge Paint 
& Body Shop 

"We Specialize in Repairing & Painting 

Wrecked Automobiles" 

Satisfied Customers Is Our Guarantee 

Phone 2-3443 

814 Reynolds Street Augusta, Georgia 



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CLASS OF 1948 

We Offer You Our Heartiest Congratulations 

Your life has just begun. Many of you will seek higher educa- 
tional advantages, while others of you will begin your life work imme- 
diately. Yet, no matter where you are, or what type of work you are 
engaged in, all of you are sure to have a home some day. Therefore, 
whether home to you will mean an apartment for two, or simply "a 
room with view," we urge you to start the practice early in life, shop- 
ping and saving on all personal and home needs at SEARS, ROEBUCK 
& CO., "Your family Store in Augusta." 



BROAD STREET 







AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



BECKUM & JONES 

Watches Silverware Diamonds 
Sales and Service 

M. A. Beckum W. C. Jones 

Phone 2-6707 



Compliments of 




G«£»I »U»NIIC 4 PACinC If* CO 




F. E. FERRIS & COMPANY 

" Clothes of the Better Kind for Men 
and Fashions for Youth" 

HICKEY FREEMAN 

DOBBS 

ARROW 



752 Broad St. 



Augusta, Georgia 



The Tent Room 

AT 

The Airport Grill 

DANIEL FIELD 



DINING 



DANCING 



The Reliable Tire 
& Spec. Co. 

Wholesale Commercial Retail 



639 Twiggs St. 



Phone 2-6457 



Augusta, Ga. 



M. T. (Buddy; Gray W. C. (Bill) Webb 

W. R. Dobson. Jr. 



Compliments of 

SIG COX 

REFRIGERATING — AIR CONDITIONING 

1565 Broad St. Phone 2-3556 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

John D. Curtis 




STAR MUSIC CO. 

- Agency - 

Gibson and llirtin Guitcj-s 

Slingerland Drums 

Olds, Conn, and Delniar Band Insirumsits 

Complete Line of Music Accessories 

218 8th Street Phone 2-8010 

Abe Schneider, Manager 

Augusta, Georgia 



Phone 2-7725 
Invisible Half Soles 

Fox Shoe Repair 



All Work Guaranteed 
Called for and Delivered 



215 7t}) Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



DIAMOXDS 



CRY8TAI. 



SLLA^R 



CHTVA 

LLIrRREN LUfiLkER 

831 Broad Stree: ?:-:r.e 2-7447 



AUTOGRAPHS 








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